We’ve made readers aware of telephone scams in the past, but for one of the first times you can take a listen to a call to a real victim of a slightly different type of phone bank scam.
Natwest have built an online tool to help us understand the tactics that criminals are using, and more importantly, learn how we can protect ourselves.
The British Banking Association has launched a new campaign which it hopes will help to combat bank account fraud.
In what looks like a scene from a movie, the BBC has published a video showing a cash machine handing out piles of cash after being hacked.
According to a report in the Guardian, HMRC is going to have access to traders’ card payment data to ensure that they’re paying the correct amount of tax.
Despite perceptions, card fraud has fallen for the second year in a row, according to data released by the Crime Survey for England and Wales.
According to the UK Payment Council, a forthcoming storyline in Coronation Street, featuring long-haired lothario Lewis Archer and Gail Platt, could easily be avoided if Gail was to employ some simple online banking security measures.
Action Fraud is warning Natwest customers to be wary of emails promising them access to their accounts, which turn out to be fraudsters “phishing” for account login details.
A new campaign, backed by Stephen Fry, aims to get Facebook users to think about keeping their bank details secure.
The Student Loans Company has taken the unusual step of telephoning some of its customers to warn them they may be the victim of fraud.