02 December 2016

How to avoid festive fraudsters

The rush to the shops and online to nab those goodies for your loved ones can present all sorts of opportunities for crooks. So it’s a great time to ensure you are staying safe when spending your hard-earned cash.

We've identified 12 ways you can stay alert this festive period and avoid the festive fraudsters. And for more tips on what to look out for, check out our information on the latest scams and malware.

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