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Four men who subjected an elderly Wainfleet woman to a cruel phone scam have been sentenced at Coventry Crown Court for money laundering offences.
Beware of this new phishing technique doing the rounds – find out how it works and what you should do if you spot it.
If you’re part of the online dating world already, have you given thought to the potential dangers of fraud that can be involved?
An elderly woman in Gloucester has transferred thousands of pounds to a very skilled and plausible fraudster who claimed to be an investigator working on behalf of Lloyds Bank fraud department.
An elderly dementia sufferer's home may have been deliberately damaged by suspected rogue traders trying to get her to pay up to £6,000 for roof repairs
Sentencing at Wolverhampton Magistrates' Court, the district judge said: "There's no point pulling that face. It is only fair that you struggle to pay this back. You knew that you were not up to this work from the outset.
Get Safe Online - a leading government-backed resource for consumers to protect themselves from fraud - posted a tweet warning that the email was a fake and should be deleted immediately
Cybercriminals are conning people out of their home deposits by hacking into lawyers’ email accounts
A Maesteg rogue trader has been jailed after deceiving customers with a home improvement swindle despite being subject to a suspended sentence for fraud offences.
An app to help mobile users avoid nuisance calls and log complaints about dodgy firms has been launched.
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