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Don’t Get Kurupted by scam websites. Scammers change the URL very slightly, so you think you’re buying from a reputable website. Don’t Get Kurupted – check the URL before you buy. Scammers sometimes change the URL very slightly, so you think you’re buying from a reputable website. Don’t Get Kurupted – check the URL before you buy.

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Social media posts about things like where you live, your birthday and even information like your pet’s name can help fraudsters to find out your personal details. Be careful what you share, and always check your privacy settings. Social media posts about things like where you live, your birthday and even information like your pet’s name can help fraudsters to find out your personal details. Be careful what you share, and always check your privacy settings.

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You are bang on. There was a whopping 26% increase in under 21s acting as money mules 2018. Stay savvy and Don’t Get Kurupted. There was a whopping 26% increase in under 21’s acting as money mules in 2018. Don’t Get Kurupted or you could face 14 years in prison.

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That is bang on. Don’t get fooled by someone sliding into your DMs offering you an easy way to make money by doing them a favour. Money mules are recruited lots of different ways, including DMs on social media. Don’t Get Kurupted by the promise of a quick way to make cash.

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Keep your personal details safe and think twice before sharing personal information online and in real life to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft. Don’t Get Kurupted by identity thieves. Think twice before sharing personal information online and in real life to avoid becoming a victim.

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When you’re shopping online you should check the URL before you buy from a website.

It's easy to overshare on social media and give away your personal details without realising.

In 2018 there was a 6% increase in under 21’s acting as money mules.

As well as approaching people face to face to get them to be money mules, fraudsters also use social media to try to recruit money mules through DMs or adverts.

Identity theft affects over 100,000 people every year.

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