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This week the City of London Police, Action Fraud and Get Safe Online will be talking to people throughout the City about cyber crime and offering advice on how they can protect themselves from online fraudsters.
Fraudsters are spamming out fake British Gas utility bill emails that link to a virus that takes over victims computers.
Victims have handed over approximately £520k to fraudsters who have asked for payment using iTunes Gift Cards, since May 2016.
Online shopping websites are being utilised by fraudsters to advertise drones of various specifications for competitive prices which do not exist.
Shoppers in the market for a new car are warned to keep an eye out for fraudulent emails when looking to buy vehicles online.
Fraudsters are sending out distressing messages to parents in the hope that they will reply and send mobile phone top-up voucher codes.
Action Fraud is warning members of the public about potential scams, as we fast approach the start of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero.