A scam Currys PC World page claims it’s giving away Samsung TVs for free, but the page is fake and just wants to draw you in – here’s why.
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We’ve been made aware of fake adverts for Clarks Shoes circulating on Facebook. Here’s what you need to keep an eye out for to avoid being scammed.
A member of the public contacted us after following a link via Facebook Messenger to what they thought was a video. Have you been sent this scam?
Had a friend or relative get in touch out of the blue asking for money? Things might not be all they seem. Here’s why you should stay vigilant.
In April 2018, Martin Lewis felt he had no choice but to sue Facebook for libel. We explain why, and ask why Facebook isn’t doing more to prevent scams.
Were you astonished to hear the news that Facebook plans to launch its own cryptocurrency? Would you trust it with your cash?
It’s more important than ever to know who is using your personal data, and why. Our guest from the Information Commissioner’s Office explains more.
Ever had your Facebook account cloned? Scammers have been reported using the details of your friends to trick you into sharing your personal data.
Online marketplaces offer bargains from the comfort of your home, but your rights are different depending on where you buy. Should you proceed with caution?
Facebook announced at the end of last week that around 50 million people’s accounts could have been accessed by attackers. I was one of those people – were you?
We all know that joining the likes of Facebook means giving up certain personal information. But the Cambridge Analytica scandal has revealed a much darker picture of how our data is treated…
Last Saturday’s convo about price increases on stamps pulled out some interesting insights into your views on sending greetings cards – or rather, avoiding electronic greetings cards… (more on electronic greetings cards…)
Social media: a valuable tool for the digital age? Or is it just another channel for marketers and scammers? Warnings from the Financial Fraud Bureau show it’s more important than ever to stay safe online…
Our investigation into ID theft saw information from social media sites used to obtain a credit card under false pretenses. Ken helped us mine the user profiles – here are his tips for preserving your privacy online.