Not all scams take place online. Which? investigates how criminals have been impersonating tradespeople and charity fundraisers, in order to target vulnerable older people.
The reactive approach taken by the world’s biggest online platforms to tackle fraudulent adverts allows harmful scams to slip through the net, Which? research suggests.
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Just days before the self-assessment deadline, scammers are honing in on unwitting taxpayers by posing as HMRC.
From mysterious porcelain dolls to CBD oil 'endorsed' by David Attenborough, Which? reveals the most curious cons we've seen this year.
Scam adverts on the biggest online platforms have tricked almost one in ten people into paying out for sham purchases. Which? surveyed 2,000 people who use social media and search...
PayPal will be contacting affected customers on how to avoid the fee but watch out for opportunistic scammers who often impersonate the online payments system.
Which? is calling for the government to include scams in the Online Harms Bill after research it carried out found many social media users aren't aware of the risks of being scammed online.
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