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Data breaches: how your personal details end up in the hands of criminals

Data breaches: how your personal details end up in the hands of criminals

Find out what happens when your information is compromised in a cyber attack and how to claim compensation following a data breach.

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Your life for sale: stolen bank details and fake passports advertised on social media

Your life for sale: stolen bank details and fake passports advertised on social media

A Which? Money investigation has uncovered profiles and pages across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram openly catering to would-be ID fraudsters. 

Delay in reporting lost passports exposing people to identity theft

Delay in reporting lost passports exposing people to identity theft

We typically wait 73 days to report a lost or stolen passport, but this is leaving us vulnerable to criminals.

Criminals can buy your online identity – including banking details – for just £800

Criminals can buy your online identity – including banking details – for just £800

Protect your personal data online from criminals and fraudsters hacking your account.

The current account fraud that can send victims to prison – are you at risk?

The current account fraud that can send victims to prison – are you at risk?

The number of people duped into being 'money mules' is increasing - find out what it is, what to look out for and how to protect yourself from being targeted

Identity fraud hits record high at almost 175,000 cases

Identity fraud hits record high at almost 175,000 cases

With identity fraud numbers on the rise, Which? shares top tips on how to avoid identity fraud and how to report it if you think you're identity has been stolen.

Find how this man fell victim to ID fraud an incredible 29 times

Find how this man fell victim to ID fraud an incredible 29 times

A former company director has warned of the dangers of identity fraud, after scammers applied for 29 financial products in his name. The East Midlands man first realised he’d fallen...

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