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Fake ads rife on Bing as investment scams jump 84%

Fake ads rife on Bing as investment scams jump 84%

Microsoft continues to profit from fake ads promising high returns but only delivering misery for fraud victims, warns Which? Money.

‘I’ve lost £100,000 to an investment scam, can I recover my money?’

‘I’ve lost £100,000 to an investment scam, can I recover my money?’

Which? helps an investment scam victim get their money back and explains how you can spot clone investment websites

Banking Protocol stopped £32 million of fraud in the first half of 2021

Banking Protocol stopped £32 million of fraud in the first half of 2021

Bank anti-fraud measures stopped £32m of fraud in the first six months of 2021 - but should they be doing more to protect customers from scammers?

Seven ways banks could do more to help victims of fraud

Seven ways banks could do more to help victims of fraud

Which? analyses a damning new report that shows banks are failing to adequately support people who fall victim to bank transfer scams.

Banks routinely blame victims of fraud

Banks routinely blame victims of fraud

Banks tell the vast majority of fraud victims they are to blame, warns Which?, with investment scam victims the most likely to be told they won't be reimbursed.

More than £200m lost to bank transfer fraud in the first half of 2020

More than £200m lost to bank transfer fraud in the first half of 2020

Over £200m was lost to bank transfer fraud in the first half of 2020, but nearly two thirds of losses weren't covered. Which? looks at new data from UK Finance.

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. 

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