Warning over car scams that could cost you thousands and empty your bank account
A warning has been issued to drivers over scams that could cost them thousands.
Some could even empty your bank account completely.
Online crooks are running a number of con tricks and motorists are urged to be vigilant – especially new drivers who are keen to get on the road for the first time after the restrictions and delays of the pandemic.
The scams that are circulating range from hundreds to thousands of pounds in the amount that could potentially be stolen.
The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) has issued a warning to new drivers to watch out for hoax car insurance deals that are promoted on social media.
As thousands of young drivers pass their driving tests following a long delay during the pandemic, motorists are urged to be vigilant when shopping for insurance policies.
To help make young drivers aware of the criminals capitalising…