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In the wake of the pandemic has come a scammers epidemic. The crime is so widespread, aggressive and severe that many of us refuse to answer telephone calls or respond to text messages from an unknown number, assuming there’s a fraudster at the other end.
DRIVERS have been warned about a scam text message that could give criminals access to bank accounts in just minutes.
CASH machine warnings were issued in late July as a new scam was identified by Nationwide. ATMs remain a key target for scammers and guidance has been issued to worried Britons.
Dozens of people from Brighton and Hove have been conned out of tens of thousands of pounds by software scammers, according to Sussex Police.
On social media, there's a new type of influencer. But instead of promoting clothing lines and lifestyle products, they promote fraud.
The scams, ranging from completing surveys to joining dating websites, could reveal your bank details to fraudsters.
Unfortunately, we are continuing to hear of more people falling victim to scams during the pandemic.
The sheer number of novice investors being tempted by the potentially high rewards of the crypto market is creating similarly lucrative opportunities for scammers
UK cyber spies have probed more than 6.5million emails suspected of coming from online scammers trying to con Brits during the pandemic.
People in Scotland are being warned against scammers posing as "common" parcel delivery status updates and tax rebate texts.
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