2020 sadly, saw opportunities for fraudsters and scam artists rise. In a study from LexisNexis Risk Solutions July-December 2020 saw a 15 percent rise in transaction volumes across financial services, and mixed with an increase of new-to-digital consumers, and channels and opportunities to exploit, it’s now more important than ever to know what to look for.
The BBC estimate an average of £34.5m has been stolen in pandemic scams, so how can you protect your money and yourself from pandemic related opportunists?
See more handy tips on avoiding scams, and what they look like via Money Saving Expert’s handy guide.*
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