Scammers are using the name of local online retailer Loot.
Thankfully, scammers still leave clues behind that point to an email being a fake – here’s what to look out for.
Fraudsters are telling NSFAS students to get in contact via WhatsApp.
‘Circular notice no.5 of 2021’ is a fake NSFAS document doing the rounds.
The fake NSFAS website asks for student email and ID numbers.
Government warns of crime at the ATM during the festive season.
Anyone claiming to offer early access to Cyberpunk 2077 is trying to scam you.
With cybercrime on the rise, Luno has urged users to report scams claiming to be the crypto exchange
Well aware that its users are targeted by cybercriminals, Luno has a dedicated portal for reporting scams or other kinds of phishing.
With millions of people searching for news and apps relating to COVID-19, cybercriminals are having a ball with scam, malware and phishing attacks among others.
The email makes use of the official WHO logo to lure unsuspecting victims.
It looks like scammers are tapping into WhatsApp contacts in order to steal money.
Fraudulent contests to give away phones have been using the Cool Ideas name.
MTN has issued a warning to customers following an increase in the number of fake accounts purporting to be it.
Durban social media users warned after selfie extortion scam starts to do the rounds.
No, Target and G Suite are not giving away Bitcoin to the community.
Scammers are getting smarter.
Criminals continue to con job seekers with fraudulent Telkom internships.
Internet scammers are already preying on soccer fans in time for the FIFA World Cup, here’s how to dodge such scams.