In the past six months alone, 40 million people have been targeted by scammers, a 14% increase on last year. A particularly hard-to-spot scam called number spoofing is also on the rise, where a scammer is able to modify their caller ID and mimic the number of a company or bank.

26-year-old dog trainer Millie Clark knows this scam all too well, as she was conned out of over £20,000 when she received a call from what appeared to be her bank. After she nearly lost her business, Millie joins Holly and Phillip today to tell her story and warn others about number spoofing.
Broadcast on 27/06/22
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