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Online bank fraud: Your stories

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Image caption Scammers try to bypass secure systems to steal money

Have you been a victim of online banking fraud? Do you know if the fraudulent activity involved your card reader?

Scammers are targeting computers with viruses which are activated when you access your bank account.

The viruses tell customers there is a problem with their account before asking them to use their card reader to enter their pin to fix it.

As soon as they have this, they use it to steal money from the accounts.

If this has happened to you please get in touch using the form below, and if you are willing to speak to a BBC producer about it please leave a contact telephone number.

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