With more of us opening our wallets for presents, goodwill and stocking up for the new year, the festive season is rife with fraudsters looking to take advantage. We've compiled a list of the scams to stay on the look-out for.
Cryptocurrency investments, counterfeit goods, fake Euro 2020 tickets and social media modelling scams have been identified by the National Trading Standards (NTS) as some of the emerging major scam threats and have warned people to watch out. We explain more about how to identify each of these scams.
Millions of Britons are at risk from counterfeit electrical goods that could give them an electric shock or start a fire. Which? is campaigning to remove all unsafe products from sale.
Which? investigates the risks of shopping online and explains how to avoid counterfeit websites and online shopping scams
The growing concern of counterfeit toys was announced today as a key factor contributing to the decrease of UK toy sales. If you’re concerned you may have a fake or counterfeit good, there are steps you can take to get things resolved.