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Online scams and 'portal juggling': National Trading Standards lists threats

Published on Thursday 3rd of November 2016 07:01:42 AM in Guardian

Consumers are facing emerging threats from increasingly sophisticated online scammers, which include counterfeit goods advertised on social media and misleading listings by estate agents on online portals.The dangers are highlighted by National Trading Standards (NTS) in its annual Consumer Harm Report, which highlights the types of ...

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  • Total shares on Linkedin : 5
  • Total Plus Ones on Google : 4
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