Millions of taxpayers have more fraud protection thanks to new HMRC controls that crack down on popular ‘number-spoofing’ techniques.
Ads for Bitcoin investment scams featuring fake celebrity endorsements are still a threat. Read one victim's account of how she lost £8500.
More than 1,400 people have been targeted by the latest TV Licensing refund scam emails. Find out what to look out for, and how to stay safe from phishing scams.
Online dating scam victims lost an average of £11,145 each in 2018. We share a romance scammer story, explain fraudsters' tactics and give advice on how to report an online dating scammer.
Recent research shows that nuisance calls continue to blight people’s lives across the UK, with nearly three quarters of people receiving at least one nuisance call a month. We’re calling for...
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.
Less than 4% of crimes reported to the UK's fraud reporting centre Action Fraud are ever solved, exclusive Which? Money research has revealed.
Tough new measures are coming into force today to end the blight of nuisance calls. Consumers must be given the choice to 'opt-in' to receive these calls and rogue companies making unsolicited calls related to personal injury claims could now be fined up to £500,000.
Common tourist scams in Europe, South America, Asia and the rest of the world - Which? shares where they are and how to avoid them. Use our interactive map to check the common tourist scams in the area you're travelling to.
Scammers are increasingly abusing technology to their advantage. As scams become increasingly sophisticated and convincing, the FOS has warned banks not to assume customers were ‘grossly negligent’ if they lost money to fraud.