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.
A viral photo suggests that there are scammers using contactless card terminals to take payments from unsuspecting people.
Scammers have wasted no time in trying to cash-in on HMRC’s announcement that 6 million of us are to receive tax rebates.
The comments on our old Windows Support Scam post continue to mount up as more and more people get caught out by these scam phone calls.
The Guardian has recently been doing an experiment into the security of public wi-fi “hotspots” such as BTOpenzone, and has published some worrying findings.
There’s another telephone scam to watch out for which tries to suggest that the government has introduced a new scheme to write-off debts.
The Guardian has the details of another new telephone scam, this time involving the search results on Google and Premium Rate phone numbers.
It appears there’s no end in sight for the Windows support scam that we reported on in the middle of last year.
The Starbucks app enabled payments by iPhone in nearly 7,000 stores in the US (as yet unavailable in the UK), but it has been reported that it is incredibly easy for it to be scammed.