Fraudsters are impersonating the police and telephoning self-employed people to sell advertising in a fake crime prevention magazine. They claim to be partnered with Trading Standards.
Don’t be misled by this classic magazine advertising scam in which small businesses seeking exposure are hoodwinked by ruthless rogues claiming to be running a real charity. This particular operation is called “Kids for Life”, uses cancer as its selling point and has yet to be struck off by the England and Wales Charity Commission.
Get wise to this socially-engineered credit card fraud operation relying on the greed and opportunism of the recipient. Email, social media and instant messaging are the communication channels used in this scam.
How strong is your password? In 2016, cyber criminals profited $450 billion and show no signs of slowing. We need to be on a war footing.
Hold on to your lunch money. There’s a UK internet business lead generator outfit operating under false pretenses and making misleading claims…