How to avoid five finance scams that target expats

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Irrespective of the impact of factors such as Brexit on emigration, the number of Brits moving abroad over the past five years has remained stable, with the latest figures (year ending March 2020) from the ONS revealing over 400,00 people left the UK for life overseas, says Christopher Nye. However, while creating a new life abroad, for work, family or retirement, many expats fall victim to sophisticated scammers who specifically target foreign residents. In light of this, here are five scams expats should watch out for, including: • Property • Visa • Investment • Pension • Money...

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