Fake meal vouchers for Wetherspoon pubs are being promoted on Facebook, despite the chain shutting all its social media accounts in 2018. Facebook users who comment on the posts published...
Which? steps in to secure a refund after a convincing number spoof scam and gives you the essential tips to avoid it happening to you.
Which? raises the alarm over a convincing SMS phishing – or ‘smishing’ – scam text claiming to be from DPD. The text appears to be from DPD, informing the recipient...
Which? exposes the inadequate support being provided by banks to victims of fraud, leaving them exposed to ruinous 'recovery scams'.
Which? has found social media ads for fake Facebook competitions collecting thousands of interactions from users. The fake ‘Alton Towers Breaks’ and ‘Center Parcs Resorts’ pages claim to offer the chance to win getaways worth more than £2,000.
Fraud has reached record levels during the pandemic, Which? analysis of Action Fraud data shows. We reveal the fastest-growing threats and how to stay safe.
The scam most often reported to Which? in the past three months has been fake text messages – also known as ‘smishing’ or SMS phishing – from Royal Mail.
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.
Who you are and how you think can have a big effect on the kind of scams that are a greater risk to you. To help you understand how scammers...