Technology has been a boon to fraudsters intent on getting their hands on your hard-earned savings. We highlight the warning signs to watch out for.
NHS employees, as well as other public and private sector staff, are being targeted by fake tax rebate firms a police agency has warned.
People looking for love have been warned to ‘Date Safe’ (#datesafe) as part of a new campaign launched in the run up to Valentine’s Day in a bid to battle online dating fraudsters.
Fraud offences increased by 3% annually in the year to September 2016, according to the latest Crime Survey from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
More than 30 million nuisance calls are made every week, with accident claims firms being the most common thorn in the public’s side.
Email fraudsters are trying to steal money from the bank accounts of unsuspecting consumers by pretending to be from online shopping site Amazon.
Investors – in particular those aged over 55 – have been urged by the regulator to take their time to check that investment opportunities are legitimate before they hand over their cash.
In the lead up to Christmas, the independent crime-fighting charity, Crimestoppers, is warning the public to watch out for counterfeit bank notes.
Tesco Bank customers can now make online transactions after the bank announced “normal service” had resumed late last night.
Savers have been given a fresh warning by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to watch out for fraudsters targeting their hard-earned pensions.
Investors have been warned to be wary of scam “investment schemes” that use solicitors as middlemen to make such investments seem trustworthy and safe.
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