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.
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...
Some people who use email addresses managed by Microsoft have had their inboxes hacked. Find out your rights.
People who are socially isolated are often unable to connect to support to help prevent scams. We share five types of scams used to target the vulnerable.
HMRC will never ask you for your payment or personal details by email, text or over the phone - read our guidance to stay informed of the latest tax scams
Scammers are trying to scam people by saying they owe the HMRC money and so are facing legal action.
Britain's cyber defences are blocking 4.5 million malicious scam emails each month on average, according to figures compiled by the National Cyber Security Centre.
Over 700 million compromised email addresses have been listed online. We explain what's happened and how to find out if your own address has been affected.
As many as nine in ten people said they are receiving at least one dodgy email a month that’s evaded their spam filters, new Which? research on email scams has...
Google’s online file service, Google Docs, has been targeted by scammers using a fake email message. Google has shut down the phishing email, which impersonated its service in an attempt to...