MSE News: Warning – Three cost of living scams to watch out for

MSE_Petar
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edited 14 July 2022 at 9:46AM in Consumer rights
Criminals are increasingly trying to capitalise on the cost of living crisis by targeting households with bogus offers of rebates, grants and support payments. But official Government support payments are usually automatic, so if you get a request for information out of the blue via text, email, or phone call – be wary.

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'Warning: Three cost of living scams to watch out for as fraudsters try to exploit the crisis'

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  • diystarter7
    diystarter7 Posts: 5,202 Forumite
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    Great heads-up/reminder, thanks MSE staff!
  • Shouldn't this be on "Praise vent and warnings"?

    (I know that's probably the response an ordinary poster would get so I don't see why a "Staff" poster should get any different.  People look for warnings on the Warnings board for a reason... )
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