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Online Fraud: The Problem and How to Tackle it

ONLINE FRAUD 1214 54 the problem and how to tackle it CR G/IS Home How to spot a fraudster A Contacts Message Ask yourself the question, if your bank is contacting you for your card details or an e-commerce shop which you've previously used, shouldn't they already have this information? Your Bank RECENT A Group 1 l Group 2 D Please fill in your details below, your account is due an update! Full Name: Address: Card Number: ID Number: Password: John x Annie Your Bank Under no circumstances will you ever give your details to these types of emails. No matter how official they look, simply delete them! x Sean How much has it cost the UK? Online Fraud transactions cost the UK £301.1 million in 2013. Online banking fraud has increased by 3 per cent to £40.9 million BE AWARE! Mobile phone fraud involves a variety of scams that either persuade you to buy phone-related products/services that turn out to be substandard or non- existent; or to make phone calls or texts to premium services by accident; or to unknowingly sign up to expensive subscription services. 150,000 cases were reported to Action Fraud, a third of these being purchase frauds. Don't fall victim to fraud with these tips Ensure you have the most up-to-date security software installed on your computer, including anti- virus Always be suspicious of unsolicited emails that are supposedly from a reputable organisation, such as your bank or the tax office and do not click on any links in the email. Your bank or the police will never phone, email or visit you to ask you for card PIN or to pick up your card. Never hand these details. Check your bank and card statements for unusual transactions. If you spot any let your bank or card company know as soon as possible. FOCUS Training & solutions in all areas of fraud prevention, detection, intelligence, investigation, security & more Sources: Created: June 2014

Online Fraud: The Problem and How to Tackle it

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