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?
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Which? exposes the inadequate support being provided by banks to victims of fraud, leaving them exposed to ruinous 'recovery scams'.
Banks are blocking payments to cryptocurrency trading platforms such as Binance and Kraken to protect customers following a dramatic spike in investment scam losses.
Google is taking aim at rogue financial services advertisers, following increasing pressure from UK campaigners and regulators to stamp out scams.
Dating online without meeting in person has become the new normal throughout the coronavirus pandemic. But romance fraud has boomed during the UK’s lockdowns, with reports to Action Fraud up 40% in the year to April 2021, warns Which?.
Banks can now protect their outbound numbers so that criminals can't copy them to make their scams more convincing - but not all have done so, Which? Money reveals.
Banks have various tools at their disposal to stop scammers from impersonating them. But Which? has discovered that not every bank is making use of these vital protections, meaning their customers could be sitting ducks for the most sophisticated attacks.
Which? has today called on the regulator to make banks publish data on how many customers are refunded when they fall victim to a bank transfer scam.
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