From dating scams to ticket fraud Which? reveals the most common scams and where they are hitting victims hardest.
Cryptocurrency investments, counterfeit goods, fake Euro 2020 tickets and social media modelling scams have been identified by the National Trading Standards (NTS) as some of the emerging major scam threats and have warned people to watch out. We explain more about how to identify each of these scams.
More than 80 victims have allegedly been defrauded out of thousands of pounds each after buying hospitality tickets for the Six Nations rugby tournament from an unauthorised seller, Which? can...
A scam website selling Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets has been shut down after Which? exposed it as falling foul of the law and breaching tournament ticket rules.
Festival season has started, but figures from Action Fraud reveal they’ve already received 533 reports of ticket fraud.
Hundreds of concert-goers have complained to fraud investigators after tickets purchased from online ticket website Circle Tickets failed to show up.
Buying tickets to a major event is hard work, but scam ticket sites make it tougher still. We’ve identified nine tell-tale signs to stop you getting scammed.