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PPI claims deadline set for June 2019

PPI claims deadline set for June 2019

Mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) compensation claims must now be made by June 2019 under proposals announced by the City watchdog.

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Which? warning on suspicious Olympics ticket site

Which? warning on suspicious Olympics ticket site

With the Rio 2016 Olympic Games less than two weeks away, Which? is warning that a site is selling Olympic tickets in breach of official ticket restrictions.

One in 10 of us falling foul of scams and fraud

One in 10 of us falling foul of scams and fraud

Nearly six million fraud and cybercrimes are committed every year, with one in 10 of us now falling foul of these offences.

Lowcost Holidays refunds may just be a few pounds

Lowcost Holidays refunds may just be a few pounds

Thousands of holidaymakers who booked with Lowcost Holidays could receive a refund of just a few pounds, administrators have warned.

Southern passengers vent anger at delays

Southern passengers vent anger at delays

Commuters angered by delays to their train journeys staged a demonstration at Victoria Station yesterday evening.

Global Facebook phishing attack uncovered

Global Facebook phishing attack uncovered

A malicious software attack has infected 10,000 Facebook users around the world in just two days – claiming a new victim every 20 seconds.

Eight of the most common scams revealed

Eight of the most common scams revealed

Today, Citizens Advice have revealed eight of the most common scams that are reported to them by the general public.

New warning on driving licence and car tax scams

New warning on driving licence and car tax scams

The public is being warned of scam emails asking you to provide your driving licence or car tax information and to confirm credit card details.

Prison time for those convicted of data misuse

Prison time for those convicted of data misuse

A report published today recommends a new custodial sentence of up to two years for those convicted of unlawfully obtaining and selling personal data.

Hundreds of flights cancelled due to French strikes

Hundreds of flights cancelled due to French strikes

Air France may have to cancel almost a third of its flights on Saturday due to a pilots' strike

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