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Action Fraud 6h
Your bank or the police will never send someone to your home to collect money, or ask you to transfer funds out of your account. Don’t make life easy for criminals, always
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Action Fraud Jun 8
Criminals use urgent-sounding messages designed to get you to act before you’ve had time to think. Always and if you get an email or text asking for your personal or financial info.
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Midlands Fraud Forum 16h
Don't let a fraudster ruin your holiday this summer - new evidence on villa rental , which is expected to reach record levels watch out for
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BBC Radio 3 Jun 10
Good morning and welcome to BBC Radio 3! Mark will be with us all day as part of our Young Artists focus
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NatWest Jun 10
Did you know fraudsters use sophisticated tech to make their caller ID appear the same as your bank? 🤔 to read the full thread and you’ll know exactly how to spot a dodgy call.
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Spencer Tiesma Jun 13
Insta's on a pee break then I assume?!
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ScamFreeAngus Jun 14
If you are offered payment to receive money into your bank account and then to transfer it to another account and you agree to do this, then you are a Money Mule. If it seems to good to be true then it probably is!
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ScamFreeAngus Jun 13
Do you take part in social media tests or quizzes such as "what do your name reveal about you?" or a personality quiz. You could be providing free personal data for the test/quiz owners. Always check the permissions you are granting if you take part.
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Hannah Gurr 🐝⌛️🦋 Jun 14
See if you can beat my score at spotting a scam. I scored 7 out of 8 # stopfraud
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ScamFreeAngus Jun 14
Be cautious of social media quizzes. You may be giving answers to common security questions which could be used to reset your passwords & gain access to your accounts. Limit what you share online & review your account privacy settings regularly.
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Trading Standards Jun 13
If you see one of these giveaway posts, don’t be tempted to participate. You have no chance of winning the promised prize, and you may risk your privacy and security by sharing your personal information with online
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Durham County Carers Jun 12
Have you found our "Scam-safe" day interesting and it has made you more aware of the ways that scammers can target anyone? Visit if you're a Carer in County Durham or Darlington & register for our "Scam-safe" newsletter. Fraud can be avoided.
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Fraud Advisory Panel Jun 10
Fake tickets for major events such as Wimbledon and Glastonbury cost victims an average of £365 last year amid a rise in opportunistic fraudsters.
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Dr Martina Dove Jun 13
In 1800s Carlo Collodi wrote , a story of a lovable puppet that gets by talented - a fox & a cat. The quote below shows a known technique: creating urgency. techniques are as old as time and yet they still work.
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ScamFreeAngus Jun 13
If you have any doubts, especially if they came unannounced, tell them to call back later when someone can be with you or tell them to contact you by letter. If you're not sure, don't open the door. Please warn friends/family offline.
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Illusions Art Collective Jun 7
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Vincent Sq East NHW Jun 13
Phone call, email, text, letter, person on your doorstep: Out of the blue, no thank you‼️ Keep up to speed on . Visit Turn that knowledge into action. Be a Friday👞
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Cann Hall Police Jun 13
More conning victims out of £thousands. Trading Standards & aware of BTD Roofing & Building Ltd, but please look out for yourselves & neighbours. min to consider legitimacy of those selling major works door to door.
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Lex Jun 12
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Notts Police Fraud Jun 12
Only buy tickets from the venue’s box office, promoter, official agent or reputable ticket exchange site. See below for more info 👇
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