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The ACCC's Scamwatch received more than 150 reports about scams on these platforms last year, with ,000 reported lost as a result.Complaints tripled in 2016 from the year before, when there was ,000 reported lost to such scams.'Watch out for scammers advertising accommodation deals in great locations at cheap prices,' ACCC deputy chair Delia Rickard warned.'When you go to book a break, scammers direct you away from the site and ask you to pay them directly using money orders or wire transfer services such as Western Union and Money Gram.One of the women named as an alleged victim - but who has not had any of her supposedly nude photos leaked - was Cara Delevingne (left).The hacker also claimed to have posted nude images of Kirsten Dunst (right), who has since tweeted: 'Thank you i Cloud'Actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who confirmed she was a hacking victim, wrote on Twitter 'To those of you looking at photos I took with my husband years ago in the privacy of our home, hope you feel great about yourselves.' i Cloud secures data by encrypting it when it is sent over the web, storing it in an encrypted format when kept on server, and using secure tokens for authentication (explained above).A Google reverse image search reveals the pictures on the listing are actually of a four-bedroom property in Key Biscayne, Florida, that's worth .26 million – and more than 15,000km away.The address for the listing appears to be hotel accommodation located above a Mexican restaurant.A rep for Keke Palmer - who was mentioned on the list but whose allegedly 'nude' photographs were not leaked - told Mail Online 'Obviously there is no truth to this list and no nude photos of Ms.Fraudulent Airbnb listings are on the rise with scammers using fake pictures in a bid to lure in unsuspecting tourists.
We take your safety very seriously and that's why we have a team dedicated to checking all profiles and removing scammers. Our Customer Service Team is available to answer your questions and provide help via Online Live Chat or via email.The adverts are among a growing trend of fake listings on property-sharing websites.The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has warned holidaymakers to beware scams on accommodation booking sites, such as Airbnb.The owner responded to an enquiry from The Sydney Morning Herald saying payment could be made through the Airbnb app after details including a full name, address, ID and utility bill had been provided.Airbnb removed the listing for the 'luxury villa' in Bondi after being contacted by the newspaper and said the host in question had been banned from the website.
These so-called phishing emails (pictured) are designed to trick people into entering their Apple ID and password details in a fake login screen.