TSB issues warning on when it is ‘time to stop’ as scammers target over 50s | Personal Finance | Finance

Almost one in 10 cases see scammers receiving money to book travel to be with their ‘partners,’ – for trips they will never make. 

As a result, TSB is warning people to stay vigilant, especially when they are online.

These ‘relationships’ can often spring up through social media or dating websites or apps, so staying alert is key.

Paul Davis, director of fraud prevention at TSB, said: “The best way of beating romance scammers is by talking to friends and family about the relationships you’re in.

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