Cyber criminals have launched a new malware campaign which aims to install malware on victims’ computers via an email alert supposedly sent by the City of London Police.
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A convicted fraudster has told the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau’s (NFIB) proactive intelligence team that everyone who opens a bank account, should be forced to sign-up to a credit reference agency to protect themselves from criminals.
The City of London Police and World Rugby are warning fans to be vigilant regarding a growing number of scams in the form of fake lotteries or sweepstakes claiming to be connected with or authorised by Rugby World Cup 2015, Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL) and/or World Rugby.
The National Trading Standards eCrime team is urging consumers to be on the lookout for scammers flooding popular social media platforms with misleading adverts and bogus offers for the new iPhone.
The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau’s (NFIB) proactive intelligence team is warning people of a new approach being used by scammers to carry-out vishing scams.
Small businesses are warned to to be on extra alert for fake invoices after figures revealed an alarming increase in scams in the first six months of the year.
Action Fraud is sending emails to 1000 UK businesses which they think may have been a victim of a recent business impersonation scam.
Fraudsters are using the Action Fraud name to trick people into handing over personal information.