Nationwide warns of scam tactic – 'It's money you've lost for good!'

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The scammer will add that they accidentally overpaid this compensation and will ask victims to transfer the overpayment back to them.

What has actually happened is the scammers usually transfer money from the victims savings into their current account, which appears like the compensation. 

Then the victim unknowingly provides the scammer with all of the details they need to access their bank account, send their own money to the fraudster and could lose other personal data due to screen sharing or remote access. 

Nationwide shared that Britons should never log in to their internet banking while someone has remote access to their device.



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