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      A couple have been left penniless after TV licence scammers emptied their bank accounts in a ‘particularly nasty’ case of fraud.<br>Jerry Tack, 65, and his wife Carole, 61, had £4,000 stolen from two separate saving accounts, as well as £1,900 from his current account.<br>The couple, from Hampshire, desperately tried to resolve the situation with their building society Nationwide only to be told they couldn’t do anything because Mr Tack had willingly given his details.<br>The 65-year-old is one of 5,000 people who have been tricked into handing money over on the premise of a TV licence renew

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      The scammers, described as ‘particularly nasty’ by Action Fraud, use ‘official-looking’ emails with headlines such as ‘correct your licensing information’ and ‘your TV licence expires today’ in an attempt to convince targets to click on a link to a website. If you loved this information and you would such as to get additional facts relating to buy cvv kindly go to our internet site.  <br>The website then prompts them to add their payment details, including the Card Verification Value (CVV) code, account number and sort code.<br>The bogus web page may also ask for the victim’s name, date of birth, address, phone number, email and even mother’s maiden name. <br><div class=”art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS news” data-version=”2″ id=”mol-db79ce40-1299-11e9-8707-8f8cf2dcef54″ website 65, loses £9,900 to TV licence scammers

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