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My Twitter

I find Twitter to be extremely useful. It’s great for connecting with companies who might otherwise be hard to reach. My posts are almost exclusively about technology. I tweet tips for clients here.

β€œFraud, scams and other financial crimes are out of control in the UK market,” says David Lindberg, the new Canadian head of retail banking at NatWest. And he blames us, trusting Brits, for it.

Here is my link for the Octopus referral: Β£50 credit when you switch to Octopus Energy https://share.octopus.energy/ebon-goat-169

Looks like some good stuff in here from Neighbourhood Watch about scams: https://www.ourwatch.org.uk/webinars
Free webinars

Problem: a client has a 50 year old pet tortoise roaming about her garden, who sometimes goes missing, and can get stuck flipped over. My solution: glue an #AirTag on it. πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’πŸ€” #Apple

Was that really your bank calling? πŸ“²

Scammers are pretending to be your bank, using phone or email to get you to transfer money or send personal details.

If you’re not sure about something be #ScamAware – think twice and get advice http://citizensadvice.org.uk/scamsadvice/

Wonderful words spoken by Sir John Major on #marr this morning. His clarity and thoughtfulness will linger awhile with me.

BT’s advice on what to do with all that spam in your inbox: https://www.bt.com/help/email/email-security/how-to-deal-with-spam-in-bt-email

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