I probably didn't make it clear, but it was actually a text I received on my mobile, rather than an email.
Please let me know if you need me to take any further action.
Thanks for the clarification. Scammers use text messages as well as emails. The reporting method that Mellisa mentioned only covers emails, unfortunately, as does this Security forum's regular internet security posts.
Most mobile providers/messaging apps now have spam reporting processes in place. At the most basic level forwarding the message to 7726 (spam) should report it.
No further action required in this case.
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My latest debits were charged to my account 17th August without a problem and I would expect the next to go through on or around 17th September, so I'm presuming this is another scammer trying to get me.