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Fraud is a criminal act to deceive you and take your cash – it's a transaction that you didn't know about or authorise. For example, fraudsters may use your details to open accounts under your name or your business.
A scam is where you’re tricked into making or authorising a payment to a criminal’s account. Scammers impersonate banks and official organisations using emails, phone calls and texts that look and sound genuine.
What are vishing and smishing? These involve fraudsters making phone calls or sending texts to steal information. Find out how to spot them and protect your organisation.
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