TalkTalk is arming consumers with information on the common online scams to be most cautious of.
A researcher for security and tech comparison website, Comparitech.com, is warning of an Amazon scam and urges users to be vigilant about “unbelievable” deals they find on the popular shopping website.
New research from Santander UK reveals that one in four Brits, 13 million adults, have been the victim of a scam. Watch how easy it is for a scammer to gather personal details.
As the popularity of Black Friday and Cyber Monday have grown, so has the level of online shopping fraud associated with these two big days of web retail. Our tips might help you prevent becoming a victim.
One in ten people have been the victim of a cyber-attack on their credit or debit card in the last year, according to new research from comparethemarket.com.
When it comes to contactless card security, I’m generally pretty relaxed about the various concerns over fraud, including scare stories of scammers with scanners sneaking payments from unsuspecting travellers.
Experian is warning the UK’s most tech-savvy people that they are at more risk of becoming victims of identity fraud compared to those who only use digital technology on a practical day to day basis.
Gocompare.com have put together a great list of tips to help avoid card fraud.
According to The National Crime Agency, £20m has been stolen from UK bank accounts thanks to malware, stealing their online banking details.
The Express has a warning for bank customers who use Twitter to vent their frustration at service problems: watch out for scammers trying to get your banking details.