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Bank charges: Tips on buying Olympic tickets

In order to avoid experiencing bank charges, people should be very careful when it comes to ordering tickets to the 2012 Olympic Games.

Such is the opinion of Simon Ellson, Norton security expert, who was asked how consumers who have purchased tickets to next year's event can keep their details safe.

He said: "It is important that people do not respond to emails asking for additional bank details in order to secure tickets.

"All the necessary personal information and banking details were provided when people registered their interest and selected events they would like to see."

Mr Ellson added that if you think you have put personal information onto an illegitimate website, it is important to contact your bank immediately and get new details.

According to research by Norton, a number of fake Olympic ticket confirmations have been circulating that aim to trick people into sharing their personal financial details.

Amir Hussain

Amir specialises in personal loans, consumer debt and debt management.

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