With online fraud cases on the rise, ClearScore's very first Darkpaper explores the UK's attitudes to the dark web and delves into consumers' experiences of online fraud.
- A third (33%) of people in the UK have been victims of online fraud.
- Banking details were compromised in 58% of online fraud cases in the UK.
- Online fraud is most likely to cost to individuals between £101 and £500, with 8% of people surveyed losing more than £1,001.
- People in the UK are most likely to only rotate two to three passwords for their online accounts - although nearly a third (29%) have five to ten passwords.
- A quarter of UK residents think some of their data could be for sale on the dark web, although over 55s are most likely not to know (53%).
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