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Cryptocurrency scams and phishing attacks are getting out of hand. Malicious actors are masquerading as representatives of trusted cryptocurrency apps such as Atomic Wallet and Trust Wallet, and phishing for users' private keys and other personal information to steal cryptocurrency.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has delayed the implementation of changes to the Strong Customer Authentication Compliance (SCA) which aims to reduce the number of fraudulent online payments.
The contactless card payment limit will rise from £45 to £100 later this year as people are favouring contactless transactions to help curb the spread of the virus, as well as the convenience and speed.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has commenced criminal proceedings against Ian James Hudson, following an investigation.
Consumers tempted to turn a quick profit by dipping their toe into the highly volatile crypto space are being warned to stay alert to a growing number of scams - often using SpaceX boss Elon Musk as bait to try and tempt unwitting investors.
Two Belfast men are facing a "huge" number of charges in connection with an investigation into a suspected multi-million pound banking fraud, a court has been told.
Financial Services Compensation Scheme chairman Marshall Bailey has said the rising levy does not mean progress has not been made to address this issue.
Two men have been convicted of fraudulent trading following successful investigations by the City of London Police and Hampshire Police, with the support of the Crown Prosecution Service.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed which forms consumer credit firms must use for disclosing precontractual information as post-Brexit transitional arrangements come to an end.
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