As rumours circulate about Facebook closing down, even more people could become nostalgic about their time on Facebook and fall foul to a scam that supposedly finds users’ first Facebook status updates.
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Police are warning would-be holidaymakers to watch out for holiday villa fraud during one of the most popular months for booking holidays, after a fraudster was arrested.
The US Embassy in London is warning anyone applying for a US visa to watch out for an email scam asking you to send money as part of the application.
The Carphone Warehouse has been made aware of a website called januarysalesdirect.co that incorrectly claims to be part of The Carphone Warehouse.
A number of incidents of cards being stolen at cash points and used to fraudulently withdraw cash have been reported to police.
14.5 million people believe they were targeted by a scam in 2010, and 2.5 million of those people fell victim, according to research by Age UK.
Insurers detect 335 fraudulent insurance claims every day – 170 of these are dishonest home insurance claims.
A man suspected of being part of an international advance fee fraud was arrested in Manchester at the end of last year.