You have found an excellent holiday deal online!
You are keen to book it asap before all the places are sold out.
The answer was A and C
It has been reported that some bogus holiday websites claim that you have to pay by online bank transfer due to some insurance policy. Reputable firms would be expected to take usual methods of payment. Then in the event that it is a scam, the chances of getting your money back are best if you have paid by credit card. Paying by debit card is a better option than either bank transfer or cash.
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The Fraud Prevention Quiz | KIS Finance
Questions in this quiz
Which of the following emails is a scam?
Which of the following should be a cause for concern regarding fraud?
Which of the following will your bank never ask you?
Which of the following sounds most like a scammer?
What is a Rubber Ducky?
What would you do if you got an email from a friend who needed money?
How can you protect yourself from identity fraud?
What would you do if you got a phone call about an investment opportunity?
What would you do if you were asked to pay money to a senior work colleague?
What would be a safe password choice?