Beware Facebook Marketplace! That’s the warning issued by a bank fraud expert ahead of the wave of Christmas shopping and sales in Britain.
TSB fraud director Paul Davis has sounded the alarm about social media fraud, but why did he single out Facebook Marketplace above others?
In this episode of Lunch Money, Simon Lambert and Lee Boyce discuss why social media scams have skyrocketed, what you can do to stay safe and what you’re most likely to get scammed when purchasing.
Also on the show, Halifax says house prices rebounded in October, so what’s happening? Isn’t the real estate market supposed to be in decline?
Below, interactive investor Richard Hunter explains what’s behind the good fortune of one of Britain’s strangest companies, Associated British Foods, which combines High Street ingredients, food brands and fast fashion into Primark.
And stick around to find out why the stock market has bounced off a rate relief rally and whether the optimism could last.
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