Increase in suspicious email, text and phone calls since Covid-19 pandemic, report finds
Research by Aviva has shown that unscrupulous tactics and fraudulent communications related to financial services products have risen as a result of coronavirus. According to the Aviva Fraud Report, suspicious emails, texts and phone calls related to health insurance have increased by 15% since the pandemic - up from 11% pre-Covid (1 January 2019 - 29 February 2020) to 27% during Covid (1 March - 15 June 2020). For life insurance, the percentage of people who reported receiving suspicious communication...
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