MEMBERS of the public have been urged not to fall for the latest 'free phone giveaway' scam.

The warning was issued by North Wales Police's Cyber Crime team on Tuesday morning.

A spokesman explained: "Fraudsters are at it again with fake giveaway scams.

"This time they’re claiming you could win a free iPhone 15 Pro.

"Action Fraud have received 2,600 reports so far!

"The emails state that the recipient needs to complete a survey in order to claim their free iPhone. 

"The links in the emails lead to genuine-looking websites that are designed to steal your personal and financial information.

"If you receive a suspicious email, remember you can report it by forwarding it to -"

Action Fraud spokesman added: "If you have doubts about a message, contact the organisation directly.

"Don't use the numbers or address in the message; use the details from their official website.

"Your bank (or any other official source) will never ask you to supply personal information via email."