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Life savings lost in less than 24 hours to pension scammers: are you at risk?

A new report reveals a quarter of pension savers could have been scammed out of their retirement savings in just 24 hours - find out who is most at risk

BT, EE referred customers to computer scammers

A BT customer loses nearly £300 and an EE customer just avoids losing £700 after call centre employees at both companies refer them to scam operators.

Could your Facebook posts affect your car insurance quotes?

We take a look at how your social media data could be used by car insurance companies and if this affects the price of your car insurance.

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Exclusive: more than 96% of reported fraud cases go unsolved

Less than 4% of crimes reported to the UK's fraud reporting centre Action Fraud are ever solved, exclusive Which? Money research has revealed.

Fraudsters writing fake Tripadvisor reviews could face jail

A fraudster has been jailed for selling fake Tripadvsior reviews to hospitality companies in one of the first cases of its kind. He was the owner of Promo Salento, a company which sold fraudulent listings to business owners to help boost their profiles on the site.

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Over 33,000 people hit by credit card fraud in past six months: how to protect yourself

Fraudsters are stealing people's personal data to rack up credit card debt - we explain how the criminals get your information, and how to protect yourself

Internet router ‘hack’ scam targets UK homes

Scammers posing as BT, TalkTalk or Sky claim your router has been compromised and then try to extort money or steal personal data.

How the internet reveals your personal data secrets

A Which? investigation reveals that personal data is readily available on the public internet, which could made you an easier target for criminals.

Does a green padlock mean a website’s safe?

The ASA recently ruled a Barclays ad was misleading because it implied all websites with green padlocks are safe.

Cryptocurrency scams on the rise

Scammers have been using the growing public interest in Bitcoin to rip-off Brits - do you know how to spot a scam or get your money back?

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