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The survey showed that one in five people above 60 years believe they were approached over 10 times by scammers in the last year.
GOODS NOT RECEIVED SCAM: Targeted emotion - trust SCAMMERS get you to pay for goods or services from a website that is mimicking a vendor website but you never receive your products.
4 million lost to scammers claiming to be from the ATO, Ms Anderson said.
The post Scammers using Larnaca municipality name for funds appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
If you receive messages and emails saying you have won millions of dollars or pounds in a lottery or sweepstakes for which you had not even bought the ticket, you must understand that you are being targeted by scammers.
Denying any move toward the establishment of a revolutionary government, Ano said people should learn 'to say no to the scammers and expose them in every possible way.
Then, of course, there is the fact that the scammer is asking for ETH to be sent first, in order to receive the cryptocurrency back.
Although a dating website can be a great way to meet someone, be cautious, as some scammers use them to win people's trust and get money from INVESTMENT AND PENSION SCAMS Changes allowing people to access their pension pots from the age of 55 have sparked new scams by fraudsters who want to get their hands on your money.
With digital fraud and scamming tactics on the rise, there is no doubt that applications like these will make an impact on fighting scammers.
Scammers are sending out links to users online, enticing them to participate in an Emirates survey and get two free tickets in return.
A group of telephone scammers is targeting the small-business customers of local utilities, generating dozens of reports since Monday and causing at least one customer to fall victim to an elaborate scheme.
The scammers are preying on victims by cold calling them and impersonating an HMRC member of staff.
Actions include a ban on all cold-calling in relation to pensions, including emails and texts; a tightening of rules to stop scammers opening fraudulent pension schemes; and tougher action to halt the transfer of money from occupational pension schemes into fraudulent ones.
Summary: Scammers fraudulently promise to provide consumers with access to inherited funds