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Keto diet pill scam targets Facebook users

Beware of this Ketopurediet.com keto diet pill scam on Facebook, designed to lure you in with a product payment which will later result in additional, random payments from you which you won't get refunded.

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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.

Scam alert: fraudsters exploit new online security checks with phishing attacks

Scammers are mimicking new security measures designed to keep you safe online, by sending fake emails that attempt to steal your banking credentials and personal data.  Banks, card providers and...

The UK’s fraud hotspots revealed: what’s the biggest threat in your area?

From dating scams to ticket fraud Which? reveals the most common scams and where they are hitting victims hardest.

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Exclusive: more than 96% of reported fraud cases go unsolved

Less than 4% of crimes reported to the UK's fraud reporting centre Action Fraud are ever solved, exclusive Which? Money research has revealed.

Scam victims threatened with ‘hacked adult content’ – here’s how to protect yourself

Hackers have been blackmailing victims after claiming to hold video footage of them watching adult videos. Here's everything you need to know

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Delay in reporting lost passports exposing people to identity theft

We typically wait 73 days to report a lost or stolen passport, but this is leaving us vulnerable to criminals.

Which? warns of suspected scam holiday booking website

Holiday booking site Myhouseboatsamsterdam.com has reportedly tricked victims into making bank transfers by posing as a legitimate business, leaving them hundreds of pounds out of pocket.  The site is currently...

Celebrity Bitcoin scams cost victims tens of thousands

The City of London Police has revealed that over £34,000 has been lost to online celebrity cryptocurrency scams. Find out how to avoid them.

Cryptocurrency scams on the rise

Scammers have been using the growing public interest in Bitcoin to rip-off Brits - do you know how to spot a scam or get your money back?

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