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Consumers still exposed to bank transfer scams

Consumers still exposed to bank transfer scams

Banks are still leaving customers exposed when it comes to bank transfer scams, five months after the Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) found evidence that they could be doing more, new...

Take the test: are you an easy fraud target?

Take the test: are you an easy fraud target?

With an estimated 5.6 million consumers falling victim to fraud or cyber crime last year, people could be taking more steps to protect themselves from scammers and fraudsters, new Which? research...

New plans to tackle bank transfer scams

New plans to tackle bank transfer scams

Proposals to minimise the consumer harm caused by certain types of scams have been released following a Which? super-complaint. The draft Terms of Reference published today by the Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) outline how...

Super-complaint response lets banks off the hook

Super-complaint response lets banks off the hook

The Payment Systems Regulator’s response to the Which? super-complaint on bank transfer scams has ‘has let the banks off the hook’.

Which? makes scams super-complaint

Which? makes scams super-complaint

Which? is making its first super-complaint to financial regulators, calling for banks to protect customers tricked into transferring money to a fraudster.

Bank customers warned about money transfer scam

Bank customers warned about money transfer scam

A total of £23.6 million was lost in 2014 to fraudsters tricking people across the UK into transferring money directly into their bank accounts

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