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New Brochure for Consumers

FraudSMART has published a new fraud prevention guide for personal customers outlining the common types of financial fraud affecting consumers and providing advice on how to avoid them. A copy of the guide can be downloaded here

While most frauds still use telephone and emails to commit the crime the ways in which they are carried out are increasingly sophisticated using technology and publicly available information to trick you. You are likely to get an email or phone call from somebody you “know” and “trust” or shop on a website that looks legitimate. 

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