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Combating the ‘appliance cover’ con

Combating the ‘appliance cover’ con

Which? has received nearly 150 complaints about cold calls from firms offering cover for washing machines and other appliances. 

Bank anti-fraud protections to cover telephone and online banking

Bank anti-fraud protections to cover telephone and online banking

Anti-fraud measures used by bank staff to protect scam victims in branches will be extended to telephone and online banking. Will it be enough?

Google fails to stop scam ad targeting Revolut users for a third time

Google fails to stop scam ad targeting Revolut users for a third time

The Revolut Google advert scam is back, helping criminals steal more than £67,000 off at least eight victims. Which? explains how it works and how to keep safe.

Bank transfer fraud victims face refund lottery

Bank transfer fraud victims face refund lottery

Banks are treating many victims of fraud unfairly or inconsistently, a new Which? report reveals, as it presses for the industry reimbursement scheme to be made mandatory. 

Rental fraud: is your new landlord a scammer?

Rental fraud: is your new landlord a scammer?

Which? is warning property hunters to watch out for rental fraud scams, after uncovering a fake lettings agency calling itself Villageway Lettings.

Are banks playing fair when closing the last branch in town?

Are banks playing fair when closing the last branch in town?

Bank branch closure rules do little to protect local communities from the impact of bank branch closures, a Which? investigation warns

Smile digital banking outage: what are your rights?

Smile digital banking outage: what are your rights?

The Co-operative Bank's digital brand is working to fix technical issues that have locked customers out of their online and mobile accounts.

Scammers pose as the National Crime Agency to steal £30,000 from Lloyds customer

Scammers pose as the National Crime Agency to steal £30,000 from Lloyds customer

Lloyds initially refused to refund a vulnerable 89-year-old customer who lost £30,000 in a sophisticated scam. Find out how she got her money back.

Revolut customers targeted with scam texts and malicious Google ads

Revolut customers targeted with scam texts and malicious Google ads

Scammers are taking aim at Revolut customers with phishing texts designed to steal their data as well as  Google ads listing fake phone numbers. Which? first reported a malicious Revolut ad in March but this attack has recently resurfaced, leading to one victim losing almost £8,000.

Chargeback: the card protection banks don’t tell you about

Chargeback: the card protection banks don’t tell you about

Chargeback can help you get a refund for credit, debit and prepaid card payments of all sizes. Here we explain how to navigate it and maximise your chances of success.

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