Cryptocurrency fraudsters have swindled their victims out of hundreds of millions – even billions – of dollars. What do they do to earn people's trust and then take their money?
Whether you're caught by a catfish or an online romance scammer, both use similar techniques to play with your emotions.
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Governments can help citizens protect their own cybersecurity by providing practical advice and meaningful support.
Australians have lost more than $76 million to fraud so far this year. These are the tactics that online offenders use to dupe their victims.
Millions of dollars are lost each year by Australian's caught in romance scams. But one Australian grandmother now faces paying a much higher price: she's been sentenced to death.
If you understand how one scam works, you’ll be less likely to fall for similarly attractive traps.
Why do people continue to send money when caught in any online romance scam? Researchers are now finding the techniques these fraudsters use are similar to those in domestic violence cases.