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Over half of UK millennials lose money to tech support scams - Microsoft

Tuesday 23 October 2018 | 08:35 CET | News
New research from Microsoft shows that more than half (56%) of UK millennials (aged 24-37) have lost money to technology support scams, up from 1 in 5 in 2016. This is despite a 7 percentage point fall in the total number of UK consumers affected by these scams, down from 69 to 62 percent.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: United Kingdom
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