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.
Thinking of cashing in your retirement nest egg? Watch out for conmen offering tax-free deals and super-quick access to your money.
Identity theft has risen by a third over the past year, according to UK fraud prevention service Cifas.
Twenty years ago, a tech-savvy music fan logged on to the internet and became the first person ever to make an online purchase – a CD of Sting's Ten Summoner's Tales album – for the sum of £7.74...
Twenty years ago, a tech-savvy music fan logged on to the internet and became the first person ever to make an online purchase - a CD of Sting's Ten Summoner's Tales album - for the sum of £7.74...
Consumers have been warned that criminals are increasingly using social media to recruit unwitting 'money mules' that help them launder money.
Consumers are being warned of a telephone scam that see fraudsters trick people into thinking they are talking to their bank.
Fraudsters are targeting restaurant diners through a new phone scam, according to Financial Fraud Action UK.
NHS doctors see around 116,000 patients they suspect are exaggerating or feigning whiplash injuries to claim compensation fraudulently every month, a shock report has found.
Free trial scams have duped RBS customers out of £2.9 million, or £30,000 each day, since last June.
Financial fraudsters are using the name of fund management group Fidelity to con investors out of their cash.
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