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Beware this ‘celebrity’ bitcoin scam

Criminals are exploiting trusted global websites to post fake celebrity endorsements for cryptocurrency, in one of the most prolific internet scams Which? has seen. Victims of a prolific bitcoin scam...

Exclusive: scam victims ignored by police fraud reporting system

Some crime reports made by scam victims are never being read by actual police staff, a new Which? investigation has uncovered.

Facebook blocks users from checking how multiple adverts target them

The world’s biggest social media site is restricting users from finding out why multiple sponsored posts are appearing in their news feed, Which? has found. Facebook users are able to...

Reddit users hit by data breach

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.

How the internet reveals your personal data secrets

A Which? investigation reveals that personal data is readily available on the public internet, which could made you an easier target for criminals.

Handyman-for-hire app TaskRabbit hit by ‘cybersecurity incident’

Handyman and cleaner-hiring app TaskRabbit has been hit by a 'cybersecurity incident' with users urged to change their passwords over data breach fears. Find out what your rights are and what to do if you're affected by a data breach.

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Up to 66,000 payday loan customers hit by data breach

A data breach at Trusted Quid has exposed the account information of tens of thousands of customers. Learn how to protect yourself if your data is stolen.

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Warning: the six tricks every fraudster uses to scam you out of your money

With exclusive access to the scripts used by Which? Money reveals the tactics they use to steal your money.

‘HMRC’ scam texts blocked after fraud crackdown

Fake texts from 'HMRC' have claimed numerous victims - but now HMRC is fighting back with a high-tech solution. Find out how to avoid this scam.

Equifax to alert another 167,000 UK victims of its data breach

Equifax has alerted another 167,000 UK clients to the risk of fraud following a mass data breach - adding to the 690,000 victims previously warned.

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