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Action Fraud Jun 21
Alert: Don't pay this fake ransom demand! We've had over 200 reports today about these extortion emails which claim to have infected people with the WannaCry virus! 👉 and
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Action Fraud Jun 20
The don’t send text messages that ask you to confirm your personal details or payment information, such as for a vehicle tax refund. Fake messages like these often lead to fake websites! , and report to us:
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Action Fraud Jun 21
One of our team just received a scam call from ‘Darren Morris’ claiming to be from the ! The scammer said they would be arrested for not paying tax to 🤔! With calls like this, always , and follow our advice:
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Action Fraud Jun 22
Fraudsters are targeting University students with fake properties for rent! and don't get tricked into paying an upfront fee for a property that doesn't exist by following our advice: Over £22 million has been lost to rental fraud since 2014!
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Action Fraud Jun 15
Watch out for these fake text messages that lead you to a very convincing login page! If in doubt and people to protect them falling victim! 💻 Report phishing to us:
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Action Fraud Jun 22
🗣️ Alert: Reports are still coming through about these fake emails designed to cause panic! 👉 Don't pay the ransom demand, and follow our advice to stay safe:
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Glos Safer Cyber Jun 15
ALERT: More fake Police scams with people being called from numbers spoofed to look like they’ve come from local Police stations If you receive a call from Police; 🚓 🚓 Ask for a collar no & station 🚓 Call 101 from a different phone to verify 🚓 Please RT &a
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Action Fraud Jun 20
Many people over 70 years old are recurring victims of scams. have advice on how to spot common scams so you don’t miss a trick! Be &
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Police Officer Tony Murray Jun 17
Friends Against Scams- aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of fraud, it empowers people to ‘Take a Stand’ against fraudsters and help protect others. You can join in and become a ‘Friend Against Scams’ Please do, details on their site.
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T/Ch Insp Jason Kew Jun 21
My elderly neighbour received a cold call today 'from' HMRC automated warning of her last chance to call them back to avoid an arrest warrant Glad she told me instead:)
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KATIE MAGNET ;❤️ Jun 15
What a load of bollocks
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Police Officer Tony Murray Jun 20
‘Criminals can use YOUR email to reset passwords and obtain personal/financial info’ Secure your email account with Two Factor Authentication ! RT to protect your followers and those that may see this message. Let others know and protect people offline, start with !
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Dr Martina Dove Jun 18
Any current event can be an ideal opportunity for to come up with novel ways of defrauding people.
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Vincent Sq East NHW Jun 21
👟👟What is 👟👟 Friday's we share tips to reinforce we all can be victims of . Remember you are the key🗝️to your safety. !👟👟
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Police Officer Tony Murray Jun 22
Have a fantastic day, if you have a spare moment tell friends/relatives that fraudsters Call📞. and.. ⚠️ can spoof to read as ANy ⚠️ can keep the phone line open and spoof dial tone. ⚠️ may know their details , ,
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CyberBeeWiseWilts Jun 21
There are concerns from that victims of previous are being re-targeted by criminals asking for payment of malware protection. Never give out personal/financial details to cold callers!
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Police Officer Tony Murray Jun 15
Prevention via education is how we can truly protect our families and the wider community. We need YOUR help. Everyone can play a small role to make a big difference. Don’t assume those around you know, tell them, start with offline and we can protect many.
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Dr Martina Dove Jun 21
Organisations complicate advice regarding emails, concentrating on poor spelling or hovering over links. Remember, a good will make sure the email looks 100% legitimate but there will still be a link to click - so don't ever click links
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Police Officer Tony Murray Jun 20
This is fantastic, the have not only have lessons on fraud prevention but have been out and about sharing that protect knowledge and encouraging reporting to . They started with but are reaching many and loving it.
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Max Harris Jun 19
Fraud has the potential to ruin lives, you can prevent yourself and others being scammed or becoming victims of fraud by remembering to and
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