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Scamtastic! Aug 15
Not all are genuine. Have you seen a bargain on social media ? Half price or less goods ? Maybe get your fines or car insurance paid for half the cost ? and stop. Criminals are using stolen credit cards to make these purchases. to prevent fraud
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Action Fraud Aug 17
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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TSecrime 20h
RT : Fraudsters target us five ways: by landline and mobile phones, by email, by letter and over the doorstep. Any unexpected letter, text, email, phone call or knock at your door Protect many!
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RiskEvolves 11h
TEXT MESSAGE SCAMS A text might not be from who you think – Smishing is when criminals pretend a message is from your bank or another organisation you trust. They will usually tell you there has been fraud on your account
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ScamFreeAngus 19h
Never reply to scam messages, even to tell them to leave you alone. This only lets the sender know that your email address, or social media account, is active and they are likely to send you more.
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Scamtastic! Aug 12
The promise of the meeting that never happens, the let down due to “personal” or “family” issues. The request for money to help them out in a “crisis”. & the emotional blackmail when you think about saying no. It’s fauxmance not romance. You’ll never meet them.
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Northants Cyber Aug 16
▪️Phishing emails and texts contain links to scam websites. ▪️The sender's email address can be spoofed. ▪️Spoofed phone numbers can add fake texts to your existing and trusted message threads. Always and verify via a trusted means.
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L'eptit Colin 🇬🇬 13h
after yesterdays todays showed signs of choons I almost recorded a few bars 🎶🎶🔨🎶😊🎷 not the middle bit
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Ulster Bank Northern Ireland Aug 12
⚠️ Scam alert: National Crime Agency phone scam Criminals are now trying to defraud you by claiming THEY’VE spotted fraud on your account! Stick with us and we’ll show you how to stay safe from this scam.
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Royal Bank Aug 13
Have you been tempted by what seems to be amazing deals that appear in your social media timeline? 📱 to follow our tips and stay safe from social media scams
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99.1 PLR Aug 16
Lunch time! Anna and her co-workers at Tweed New Haven Airport are this week's 99.1 PLR Winners!
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ScamFreeAngus 22h
Never follow links in messages from unknown senders – go to your internet browser and type in the real website address yourself.
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National Fraud & Economic Crime Protect Aug 19
: These are the 5 key routes a fraudster will take into your homes and lives. 1. HomePhone 2. Internet 3. Mobile 4.Letterbox 5. Doorstep Any unsolicited letter, text, email, phone call or knock at your door from any business, & ❗️ Protect many!
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No Context Podcast Quotes Aug 19
“We ended the show! Why are we describing candy!? We had a good ending! What are we doing!” - Jordan Morris Jordan, Jesse, Go!
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Ann Mckie Aug 14
▶️▶️▶️ If it seems to good to be true it usually is - please look at the top tips below
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BCTWestBerks Aug 19
and always verify cold calls from a trusted source, if needs be
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NHS Counter Fraud Aug 16
Wherever the fraud Whatever the fraud (is) Whomever is committing the fraud (or pretending to be / faking it) Use and stay on top of the situation Then
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National Fraud & Economic Crime Protect Aug 12
NEVER Assume ANY Email , text, phone call, knock at the door or letter is genuine via a trusted source. This identifies and stops fraud. people and ask them to do the same. Don’t assume they already know. people, together we protect❗️
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Ms M. Aug 18
Enjoyable morning at Swim to the Moon. So what if I went 1.5 miles instead of the 1.2. The grilled cheese sandwiches, other post race foods and massage afterwards made it all worth while. Loved my dress…
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Scamtastic! Aug 16
Received this text message a while back just after I’d received umpteen call from “my investment company” trying to push me into a deal with them. If in doubt . Don’t be rushed into any “investment”, If it sounds too good to be true then it is. to protect others
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