Coronavirus-related digital fraud: 22% of Americans targeted

One of the things that’s remarked on in the startup community is the ability of a company to ‘pivot’ (no, I don’t like the anthimeria of words but hey-ho) to meet changing conditions. The criminal fraternity seem to be especially adept at this…:

[…] “It is clear that social distancing has changed consumer shopping behaviors globally and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future,” said Greg Pierson, senior vice president of business planning and development at TransUnion, in a press release. “No doubt fraudsters will continue to follow the trends of good consumers and adjust their schemes accordingly.”


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