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Banks ban crypto payments over fraud spike

Banks ban crypto payments over fraud spike

Banks are blocking payments to cryptocurrency trading platforms such as Binance and Kraken to protect customers following a dramatic spike in investment scam losses.

Google tightens rules to stamp out scam ads

Google tightens rules to stamp out scam ads

Google is taking aim at rogue financial services advertisers, following increasing pressure from UK campaigners and regulators to stamp out scams.

Fraudsters peddling fake Interactive Investor and ING Bank investments, warns Which?

Fraudsters peddling fake Interactive Investor and ING Bank investments, warns Which?

Scammers impersonating investment firms ING Bank and Interactive Investor are targeting unsuspecting victims with cloned websites and fake documents.

Investment scammers run riot on search engines, while victims pay the price

Investment scammers run riot on search engines, while victims pay the price

Search engines and regulators are failing to keep a lid on the barrage of rogue firms advertising online using paid-for adverts, Which? warns.

£27 million lost to Bitcoin and other investment scams

£27 million lost to Bitcoin and other investment scams

Bogus bitcoin scams and dodgy investments are on the rise. We explain what Bitcoin is, how to avoid cryptocurrency scams and how to invest safely.

12 scams of Christmas: what you need to watch out for

12 scams of Christmas: what you need to watch out for

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.

Midlife crisis? Five of the nastiest scams to target us in our 40s and 50s

Midlife crisis? Five of the nastiest scams to target us in our 40s and 50s

If you’re aged between 40 to 60, scammers are more likely to target you. Which? shares five scams you should be aware of as part of Scams Awareness Month.

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