When you realise that you actually did not remove 400 euro from an ATM in Eastern Europe, or you find that your account is missing £200 that you didn't spend, then it is likely you have been a victim of fraud. With digital fraud becoming more sophisticated, most people are now victims of fraud without them knowing right until the last minute.
To stay protected, it helps to know what you are looking out for. To get you started, we have listed the 10 most common types of fraud that can hit unexpectedly.
1. Debit and Credit Card
This type of banking fraud is when a fraudster gains access to your credit and debit card details and uses them to make purchases. If the numbers of the physical card itself are taken, then all they need is a few more details to start making transactions.
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