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Social Media scams

Alert message sent 14/07/2020 16:58:00

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Good afternoon,

You’re probably familiar with some of the ways in which fraudsters approach victims - emails, texts, phone calls, letters and sometimes doorstep scams.

But did you know that social media is also a favourite place for scammers? 

This month Get Safe Online’s campaign is all about Social Media scams – and the attached leaflet provides some great tips on how to avoid being scammed on social media.

For more tips on staying safe online then visit www.getsafeonline.org

Many thanks
The Get Safe Online team
 
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Get Safe Online Admin (Get Safe Online, Content Director, National)
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