Action Fraud is highlighting the latest fraud and cyber crime alerts based on reports from the public assessed and analysed by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB).
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Fraudsters are sending out messages claiming to be from WhatsApp in order to steal banking and personal information. Here is why they might catch people out.
Following a global ransomware incident which took place yesterday we’re reminding businesses and individuals how they can protect themselves from ransomware and what they should do if they become a victim.
Yesterday four people were arrested as the result of two years work from Microsoft and the City of London Police into the global problem of computer software service fraud.
Today we have launched an identity fraud campaign with the City of London Police, Cifas and Equifax, asking members of the public to consider how careful they are with their personal and financial details. A recent YouGov Survey commissioned by Equifax found that the UK population are failing to take basic steps like protecting passwords or installing anti-virus software to protect their identities from criminals.
A new fake email claiming to be from BT is attempting to trick victims into automatically downloading Dridex banking malware.
Apple has taken the step of banning any apps that facilitate Binary Options trading from its App Store, removing any chance of fraudulent activity taking place through applications installed on iOS devices such as iPhones or iPads. However, binary options trading can still take place through web-based software.
Action Fraud has received a number of reports from victims who have purchased non-existent tickets from ‘Goticketsuk.com’.