The British public has been set a challenge to ensure their credit files are accurate and up-to-date in 2011.
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The National Fraud Authority (NFA) – which runs Action Fraud - has published its second Annual Fraud Indicator. The 2011 report estimates that fraud is costing the UK over £38 billion a year.
Lush is urging all customers who placed online orders with them between 4 October 2010 and 20 January 2011 to contact their bank as their card details may have been compromised.
Police have taken possession of a bulk delivery of scam post sent by professional fraudsters that was intended to con money out of recipients.
Nokia is warning anyone who is contacted about the ‘Nokia Lottery’ that it’s a scam and has nothing to do with Nokia.
The card fraud hotspots in the UK have been announced by life assistance company CPP.
Residents are being urged to be on their guard against doorstep fraudsters and telephone conmen.
Malware, phishing and spam targeting Facebook and Twitter users has increased significantly, according to Sophos’ Security Threat Report 2011.