The London-based global consumer activist group, Consumers International, has called for access to fair and secure internet for all, action against scams and fraud, and better consumer protection online.
One security company claims Australia’s New Payments Platform is likely to increase the risk of fraudsters seeking to exploit the availability of real-time bank payments.
The holders of three accounts are believed to be involved in "fraudulent remittances" from India's City Union Bank to the tune of about US$2 million.
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