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"Anti-scam campaigner Mark Taber says he's seen a rise of online adverts touting investments in whisky casks... He also believes that scammers might be using whisky as a way of staying ahead of the regulators."
https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/beatthescammers/article-10013447/Scam-drams-Whisky-soaring-value-fraudsters-cashing-in.html

PIMFA’s @LizField7 once again making the argument that paid for online advertising must be included in the Online Safety Bill. @CommonsTreasury @MelJStride. Millions of us have been scammed, so why has anti-fraud spending been cut 99pc? https://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/consumer-affairs/millions-us-have-scammed-has-anti-fraud-spending-cut-99pc/

This is absolutely right - the Online Safety Bill needs to be amended to address the impact of financial harm on online users & the growth of fraudulent online advertising