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Once it’s online, it’s online, so it could be shared even after you’ve deleted it. Think before you post comments or photos that you might regret later. And remember that employers look at social media too #safesocial getsafeonline.org/safesocial pic.twitter.com/hkfJLKFxvW
Enjoy #RomanceAwarenessMonth but beware of #RomanceScams fraudsters may strike up a relationship with someone #online & then ask them for money. #ScamAware #BrumTS @AgainstScams @BhamCityCouncil pic.twitter.com/j5RTj35r2p
Scammers regularly advertise items via online marketplaces at a fraction of the high street cost. 💷 Don’t be fooled into thinking you’re getting a bargain – if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! pic.twitter.com/pkvo5sngG6
⚠️Fraudsters are using fake news stories, fake websites and fake celebrity endorsements to promote investment scams. Don’t click on the links or attachments in suspicious emails and never reply to messages that ask for your personal or financial info! mirror.co.uk/money/martin-l…
Take Five is a national campaign that offers straight-forward and impartial advice to help everyone protect themselves from preventable financial fraud. This includes email deception and phone-based scams as well as online fraud – particularly where criminals impersonate trusted organisations. Led by Financial Fraud Action UK (part of UK Finance) and backed by Her Majesty’s Government, it is being delivered with and through a range of partners in the UK payments industry, financial services firms, law enforcement agencies, telecommunication providers, commercial, public and third sector organisations.
© 2017 Financial Fraud Action UK.