Action Fraud is highlighting the latest scams based on reports from the public assessed and analysed by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB).
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We’re urging university staff to take preventative action following more than 100 reports from victims receiving bogus pay rise emails.
NHS members are being targeted by tax rebate companies that claim they offer services where they can get a tax rebate on the victim’s behalf. Victims on average are left £34k out of pocket.
We’re warning anyone looking for love this Valentine’s Day to beware of fraudsters looking to rid their new partner of their savings.
The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has seen an increase in the volume of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Fraud reports whereby medical practices are the targeted victim in recent months.
In the hundreds of cases reported to Action Fraud since May last year, fraudsters have been continually requesting victims purchase Apple iTunes gift cards as a means of payment for cons involving Her Majesty Revenues and Customs (HMRC).
With fraud set to become the most prevalent type of crime in England and Wales, we’re urging you to act now to protect yourself from falling victim to fraud and cyber crime.
The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau’s (NFIB) Proactive Intelligence Team have identified an emerging fraud where social media platforms are being used to attract members of the public to donate money to animal welfare charities overseas that do not exist.