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Action Fraud, the specialist nationwide reporting point for cyber crime run by City of London police, has launched a campaign to educate people about Computer Software Service fraud.
A total of £503.4m was stolen by criminals through authorised and unauthorised fraud in the first six months of 2018, data from UK Finance has shown.
The FCA listed an international telephone number and website with a .cc address as among the details to be aware of in the scam.
Fraudsters are sending out fake TV Licence refund emails that lead to convincing looking websites in a bid to steal victim bank account details.
Identity spoofing is one of the most insidious and successful phishing attacks currently in use. Here are seven steps to take to make cybercriminals' efforts less effective.
In these recently reported cases, victims have reported receiving a call from someone claiming to be from either their bank or the Metropolitan Police, reporting that the victim’s bank account was showing fraudulent activity, and go on to ask for bank details in order to investigate the issue.
The Swansea mum, who had been targeted by scammers posing as police, was told she would be arrested and her children taken into care if she didn’t immediately hand over the money to officers.
An elderly woman has been targeted by a scammer who warned her a warrant was out for her arrest if she did not pay her tax bill.
Google has begun restricting ads that offer third-party tech support in a bid to “maintain a healthy advertising ecosystem”.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) have warned that fraudsters are advertising fake vehicle leasing deals on social media.
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