The Rayner family has been farming in the Colnbrook area since the reign of Elizabeth I. In 1945, the family purchased Berkyn Manor Farm & Manor House in Horton, together with 60 acres of land (the site of Berkyn Manor was also the home to the famous poet, Milton, and his parents from 1632 to 1638). In 1954, J Rayner & Sons Ltd was founded from the original farming partnership.
We are writing to let you know that our company's IT was compromised in the past week or so (at the beginning of July 2017). It would appear that it is only our email mailing list that was targeted. All other information remains secure.
Contrary to any recent notifications to you, primarily by email, please be advised that our bank details remain unchanged from the bank account number and sort code you have used in the past. Please ignore any correspondence that requests payments to be made into any bank account other than the one you have been using in the past. Please can you forward our request to any of your colleagues that may be involved in making payments to us?
Should you wish to confirm the bank account details you have on file for J Rayner and Sons Limited, or require clarification or proof that this email is legitimate, then please do not hesitate to contact Mr Colin Rayner or Anna Korbacz on 01753 685480.
We would be grateful if you would also update your records to reflect the change in our email address to firstname.lastname@example.org
As a result of this event we have reviewed our email security settings and now use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to encrypt and protect email traffic. If your email service does not support SSL, you should be aware that any emails we send or receive may not be protected in transit.