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Amid the fear and confusion of the current Coronavirus pandemic, scammers are taking full advantage of scared and vulnerable people. Over £800,000 has been lost to Coronavirus scams since February 2020, according to reports made to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau.

Most of these scams are online and are coming in the form of phishing emails, malicious social media adverts, and fake online sellers. However, some in-person Coronavirus scams have now been reported.

This article by KIS Finance details some of the Coronavirus scams that have been reported so far so you can keep your money safe.

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Phoebe Griffits

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