The most common threats
The most common scams and frauds
Investment and Online Shopping Scams
They make think you are on a smart investment... or present you with a great fake online offer.
Personal Data Theft
They harvest your personal information via social media channels.
They pretend to be interested in a romantic relationship. It commonly takes place on online dating websites, but scammers often use social media or email to make contact.
Spoofed Bank Website Fraud
They use bank phinshing emails with a link, various methods are used to collect your financial and personal information. The site will look like its legitimate counterpart, with small differences.
Business directory scam
It consist in inviting businesses to enter or update their data in a business directory (paper or electronic directory or e-commerce platform).
Scammers pretend to be your CEO or senior representative in the organisation and trick you into paying fake invoice or making an unauthorised transfer out of business account.
They pretend to be one of your clients/ suppliers and trick you into paying future invoices into a different bank account.
Looking for your wallet, handing over some cash and checking the change back or digging for coins to pay the exact amount: we all know the daily grind of trying to quickly pay for the much-needed cup of coffee or the after-lunch pack of gum while the people in line behind us are getting impatient. Soon this hassle will be a thing of the past ...
We have explained to you what phishing is – now we need to help you make sure you never fall into the trap!
Today, we receive more e-mails than ever which demand our attention, meaning we are more vulnerable to phishing attacks. But what exactly is phishing?
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