Don’t fall for internet fraud

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Undated generic photo of a man using a computer.  Online spending is set to rise as buyers become less worried about internet fraud, research claimed Monday July 4 2005. More than half of online shoppers said they now spent more than they did 12 months ago, with 27% saying they spent around the same and just 16% saying they now spent less, according to internet payments provider PayPal.See PA story MONEY Internet.. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Chris Young/PA

Embargoed to 0001 Monday July 4 Undated generic photo of a man using a computer. Online spending is set to rise as buyers become less worried about internet fraud, research claimed Monday July 4 2005. More than half of online shoppers said they now spent more than they did 12 months ago, with 27% saying they spent around the same and just 16% saying they now spent less, according to internet payments provider PayPal.See PA story MONEY Internet.. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: Chris Young/PA

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Residents are being warned by the police to be on their guard against potential fraud over the internet and through emails.

Many of us use the internet as part of our daily lives, for banking, shopping, socialising and entertainment but are you protected against potential fraudsters?

Phishing is an attempt to trick users into revealing personal or financial data.

 

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