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Notts Police Fraud 4h
Do you use dating sites? Do you know how to be safe? Fraudsters are just a click away! They set up fake profiles to exploit money out of you. Keep chatting on the site until you've met in person. Do NOT send money! Fraudsters will often pose as military or oil rig workers.
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Tony Murray - National Protect Officer, NCO 2h
Talked fraud prevention with 👍 We discussed our shared opinion on education, prevention, sustainability, consistency and simplicity of fraud prevention messaging. We want to protect communities, with and via the people within. cold contact.
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Tony Murray - National Protect Officer, NCO Dec 15
Please do not engage with this email. You can report online to . It can be distressing to receive this type of email, but remain calm, don’t click links and don’t pay money. Please warn others.
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Glos Safer Cyber Dec 17
Which one are you? 🧐 - operating system and app updates often contain security fixes to keep your device and your information safe Download and install updates as soon as you can to keep yourself protected 📲
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This time of year is rife with fraudulent emails This looks so convincing but on checking the sender details it's obvious it's not from PayPal Never follow a link in an email, go direct to the site yourself
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Tony Murray - National Protect Officer, NCO 2h
Today I met up with and spoke with a previous victim of fraud. They were happy, smiling away and volunteering in their community, they even promote fraud prevention. This is what can happen when we get fraud protect right! ⭐️👏🏻
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SWP Cyber 3h
Keeping a sharp eye on those emails can keep you safe, make sure you and spread the word, help the whole family to get safe online.
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TSecrime 7h
RT : Show you care by telling family and friends about prevention when you see them over Christmas. Start with friends & family and ask them to do the same.
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Whistle-Blower 7h
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West Yorkshire Fraud Prevention Group 8h
For an elderly person living alone a landline can be a lifeline, a connection to friends & family. It’s also a direct line for fraudsters! Never assume a phone call is authentic: Hang up Verify via trusted method Prevent fraud
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TVP Cyber and Fraud 22h
This is not a “new” item by , BUT it really does need to be viewed and shared as OCG’s can touch many lives.
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Whistle Blower 21h
UK Camelot CEO no doubt agreed the lottery fraud with other directors after they voted to increase their pay and bonuses. HidIng the fraud by burying the stolen jackpots as profit in accounts.
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