A Which? Money investigation has uncovered profiles and pages across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram openly catering to would-be ID fraudsters.
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A site selling popular branded TVs, cameras and baby car seats has been taken offline after a customer was repeatedly urged to reattempt his payment via a less protected method. ...
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Some crime reports made by scam victims are never being read by actual police staff, a new Which? investigation has uncovered.
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Reddit users have been affected by a data breach; usernames, email addresses and passwords were snatched. Find out what to do if your data is compromised.
A Which? investigation reveals that personal data is readily available on the public internet, which could made you an easier target for criminals.