A Which? Money member contacted us when Amazon Prime deliveries they didn’t order turned up on their doorstep. Do you know what a ‘brushing’ scam is? We explain the details.
The content of this phishing scam may look familiar, but it’s who it appears to have come from that may make you only think twice. What’s the secret behind spoofing an official MI6 email account?
A member recently contacted us when they received a scam phone call about their IP address. Fortunately, they recorded the call so we could warn others. Have you heard this one?
A member felt duped after renewing their appliance cover. Have you received a confusing insurance call from an unexpected company?
The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is urging consumers to beware of fake poppy merchandise ahead of Remembrance 2018. Our guest, Helen Barnham, explains what you need to watch out for.
Forever trying to get their hands on your hard-earned savings or personal data, scammers have devised yet another crafty scam. Here’s what to watch out for.
Our research has found that people are still losing life-changing sums of money to fraudsters exploiting bank transfer payments. So, how much longer should we wait for effective action from industry?
A member received an email from an anonymous blackmailer trying to extort thousands of pounds. How would you respond in this situation?
With today’s news that more help is on the way for victims of bank transfer fraud, our guest, Michael Sleddon, shares his unfortunate experience.
A Which? member recently received a letter claiming to be from a prominent Chinese bank. Are you one of the many people who’s received this near-identical scam?
The personal messaging app is the most recent medium for scammers trying to steal your data. Here’s what to look out for.
Tourists are an easy target for scammers and criminals – but also for businesses trying to pull a fast one. Have you been ripped off on holiday by a cafe, taxi or other business?
Selling things online can be a quick way for students to bring in some extra cash, but it could also open the door to scammers looking to take advantage. Could you identify the warning signs?
Some dubious websites are charging people for free health cards and a Which? member fell into the trap. Have you been duped into paying for something which you’re actually entitled to for free?