Keep up to date with the latest scams to watch out for and tips to keep you safe.
How you go about getting your money back, and how successful you’re likely to be, will depend on how the money was paid.
Different banks might have different policies on reimbursing victims of fraud, but all banks have a responsibility to protect your money.
If you think your bank hasn’t handled your case properly, you have the right to challenge their decision.
Scott, 30, from London was targeted by a sophisticated bank scam that tricked him into giving out his pin number.
I’m very internet savvy, but the scam I was taken in by was so slick it was totally believable.
Being scammed can take a huge toll on your mental health.
You might find it helpful to talk to someone about what you’re going through. It’s not your fault, and there are plenty of non-judgemental advice lines you can call who will understand.
Mind has a confidential information and support line, Mind Infoline, available on 0300 123 3393 (lines open 9am - 6pm, Monday - Friday).Visit Mind