Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

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Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

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BUSY MUMS 'BELIEVE HECTIC LIVES PUT THEM AT FRAUD RISK' AROUND two-fifths of mothers believe their busy lives make them more at risk of fraud, research has found. Some 38% feel hectic schedules make them more susceptible to scams, according to a survey from Mumsnet and the finance industry-backed national awareness campaign, Take Five To Stop Fraud.

More than a third (35%) of mothers surveyed say they're approached up to six times a week by calls, texts or emails in which someone wants to obtain personal information from them.

THREE-FIFTHS OF ADULTS 'WOULD CONSIDER LIVING WITH OTHER GENERATIONS' THREE-FIFTHS (60%) of adults would be willing to buy a house with other members of their family and live in a multi-generational home, a survey has found. …

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