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.
Students are being warned to be vigilant when opening emails supposedly sent by the Student Loans Company.
Jasmine at MoneyMagpie has a warning about a Windows phone scam that she was targeted with following a call from someone claiming they were from Microsoft.
Walletpop has a warning about a new mobile phone insurance scam that is catching out some people who have just purchased new phones.
The Office of Fair Trading is telling people in debt to be careful if they’re searching for debt help online, as they’ve recently ordered 11 companies to shut down “fake” debt advice websites.
There are a couple of scams to be on the look out for, with fraudsters attempting to steal bank and credit card details and empty accounts.