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In 2018 this is set to get worse, especially as only 54 per cent of people are savvy enough to never answer calls or text messages if they do not recognise the sender.

Nick Larsson, head of growth and partnerships at Truecaller, said: 'Millennials trust technology from an early age.'From conversing with friends and family to using their smartphones for mobile banking, 18-24 year olds explicitly put trust in their pocket.'But with our research showing that they are the most targeted group when it comes to scams and spam – this trust and familiarity with technology can sometimes be misplaced.'The elderly therefore aren't necessarily the priority for educating on scams and spam.'In fact it is the younger generation who use smartphones all day, every day, who need to wake up to the dangers of being so well connected by technology - even if it is just answering an unknown number.'Mobile phones stand as much more than a platform for social media apps, texts, calls and e-mails - they are sadly now a hunting ground for identity thieves.

Truecaller say that nuisance calls and scams have traditionally targeted the elderly, with pension pots plundered by fraudsters preying on so-called easy targets, but now younger people are increasingly in their sights.

In the wake of a ban on cold calls targeting pensioners, Truecaller say the Government has missed one of the scammers' main targets - tech-loving youngsters.

Truecaller and This is Money have compiled the below top tips for staying safe when using your mobile phone: The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Crime and Scamming has launched a review into how youngsters can be protected from financial crime.

Sadly, Channel 4’s very own Union J quickly joined the likes of Kirstie Allsopp, Gordon Ramsay, Mary Portas, Sarah Beeny, Davina Mc Call and Heston Blumenthal in hosting programmes that struggled to make an impression beyond 1.5m viewers.

I will say this though: if Ellie Taylor can work out how to read a voiceover without it sounding like she is dabbing at each syllable with her forefinger, she could become the most exciting female TV presenting prospect to emerge in years.

If caught, you can be blacklisted from having a current account for many years.

It may seem like an easy way to make a quick buck, but you are aiding criminals and putting yourself at risk.

Truecaller and This is Money have compiled the below top tips for staying safe when using your mobile phone: The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Crime and Scamming has launched a review into how youngsters can be protected from financial crime.

Sadly, Channel 4’s very own Union J quickly joined the likes of Kirstie Allsopp, Gordon Ramsay, Mary Portas, Sarah Beeny, Davina Mc Call and Heston Blumenthal in hosting programmes that struggled to make an impression beyond 1.5m viewers.

I will say this though: if Ellie Taylor can work out how to read a voiceover without it sounding like she is dabbing at each syllable with her forefinger, she could become the most exciting female TV presenting prospect to emerge in years.

If caught, you can be blacklisted from having a current account for many years.

It may seem like an easy way to make a quick buck, but you are aiding criminals and putting yourself at risk.

As a result, This is Money – which launched its Beat the Scammers page in 2016 – along with Truecaller have come together to offer hints and tips for millennials to watch out for when it comes to fraud.