Not only can a poorly-maintained website look as if you’ve gone out of business, it’s also a target for hackers. This can be expensive, but also has long-term implications.
How do you report a suspicious website that may be trying to scam you? Or have you received a scam email or text message? If you’re in the UK, find out how to report scammers and help to stamp out cybercrime.
Seen an ad on Facebook for amazing items of clothing? Stuff that you just don’t find in the shops? Well, if these bargains seem too good to be true, they almost always are.
BEWARE! The Tax Return email scams have started already, just a day after the 31st January 2018 deadline. These fraudsters are certainly quick off the mark.
Here you can see the text from an email I received today. Note the way these fraudsters don’t even know my name, whereas the real HMRC certainly would. The sender was showing as HMRC Business Help and Support Emails.
Wouldn’t you love to know who’s been checking you out on Facebook? Maybe an ex, a boss, or a neighbour?