A woman from Wiltshire has lost £1500 after being targetted by internet fraudsters.
Camilla Jackson unwittingly gave her password details to a fake website.
The type of scam is called phishing - and last year it cost bank customers over £40m in the UK.
She's calling for tighter controls to prevent online identity theft:
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