The advent of the internet has presented fraudsters with new ways to trick and scam unsuspecting consumers and companies. Most people are familiar with the "classic" scams, such as those concerning Nigerian princes, free iPods or recently deceased wealthy intestate people sharing your surname, and so know to give these scams a wide berth. However, fraudsters are becoming increasingly sophisticated, and the scams ever more complex, meaning that it is easy for even the most cautious to fall afoul of these scams.
In this issue we provide some tips for what to do if you discover that you have been scammed, and how to avoid being scammed in the first place.
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