Scammers posing as BT, TalkTalk or Sky claim your router has been compromised and then try to extort money or steal personal data.
A Which? investigation reveals that personal data is readily available on the public internet, which could made you an easier target for criminals.
The ASA recently ruled a Barclays ad was misleading because it implied all websites with green padlocks are safe.
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?
Today, for World Consumer Rights Day 2018, Which? is one of more than 200 consumer associations worldwide calling for better consumer protection when shopping on an online marketplace.
Criminals targeting contactless payments accounted for £5.6m of fraudulent payments in the first half of 2017, exceeding cheque fraud
The worrying insurance fraud trends that you could be involved in without even knowing it
Victims duped into paying fraudsters via money transfer service Western Union can now claim a refund. Which? explains how you can claim.
Young people could face 14 years in jail for committing bank account crime by unknowingly becoming money mules, authorities have warned.
Binary options are one of the fastest growing financial products in the world, but in most cases they’re quite simply a fraud. UK investors have reported losses of more than...