Action Fraud is warning the public about fraudsters advertising ‘get rich quick’ investments to scam people out of money.
Action Fraud is issuing a warning as reports show that fraudsters are registering domain names to look like they belong to UK university email addresses.
Cyber criminals are sending victims their own passwords in an attempt to trick them into believing they have been filmed on their computer watching porn and demanding payment.
The City of London Police, which runs Action Fraud, the national fraud and cyber crime reporting centre, has revealed that cyber crime victims lost £28 million.
Her Majesty’s Passport Office has teamed up with Action Fraud to raise awareness of the need to report lost and stolen passports.
Don’t let fraud ruin your fun – Action Fraud warns against fraudsters targeting online gamers.
Action Fraud has received almost 300 reports in the past two days about fake WannaCry emails that demand payment from victims in Bitcoins.
Action Fraud is warning potential tenants, and students in particular, to spot the signs of rental fraud when searching for a property after £22 million is lost.
Action Fraud is reminding the public how to stay safe from ticket fraud after receiving almost 6,500 reports.
Nine people are to be sentenced after an investigation by Essex Police for ticket fraud involving 309 victims who were conned out of high profile sporting tickets.