Up to 2 million CeX customers may have had their personal information compromised after the electronics retailer suffered a cyber attack.
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Cifas, the UK’s leading fraud prevention service, has released new figures showing that identity fraud has continued to rise at record levels in the first six months of 2017.
Residents are being warned about ‘something for you’ cards arriving through letterboxes designed to look like they have come from Royal Mail.
Homeowners and housing organisations are reminded to stay alert as reports suggest that bogus traders are using the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy to pose as council officials or professionals in the fire prevention industry to defraud them for services or goods that don’t exist or aren’t necessary.
Fraudsters may be posing as local council officials or professionals and cold-calling customers stating that they are eligible for a general tax or council tax rebate, with a sharp increase in the number of reports relating to fake council tax refunds in the last few weeks.
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).
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.