There are just a few days left to get all of your Christmas shopping sorted and whilst people are rushing around, online shopping fraudsters are using the run-up to the big day as an opportunity to illegally make money.
Action Fraud has received multiple reports from people who have been defrauded after paying for winter holiday accommodation on RightSki.com and ChaletHunter.com.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) has launched a new campaign called #CyberChoices to discourage young people from becoming involved in cyber crime.
Action Fraud and the National Trading Standards eCrime Team (NTSeCT) are warning consumers about scam emails from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) offering compensation for the Microsoft Scam.
The UK’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is warning businesses and members of the public to beware of approaches from a Latvian based company which has set itself up using the same name in order to defraud unsuspecting victims.
Adele fans beware; fraudsters are likely to start selling fake online tickets to her upcoming show at the O2.
This Christmas, Action Fraud, the City of London Police and Get Safe Online are joining forces to launch a national campaign warning people that online crime is most definitely coming to town.
Financial Fraud Action UK (FFA UK) is warning of people of a new-style telephone scam where fraudsters impersonate major companies and organisations to take over computers and steal money from online bank accounts.
The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau’s (NFIB) Proactive Intelligence Team is issuing a warning concerning accountancy firms and solicitors being targeted to launder the proceeds of crime.
Urban fraud myths are everywhere, which if believed often leave people in danger of becoming a victim of fraud and cyber crime.