From the ease of contactless payments to the ability to check our bank accounts from anywhere with an internet connection, the modern way of banking certainly has its benefits.

However, while the positives dominate the picture, it would be wrong to overlook the added threats that have emerged off the back of a move towards a digital financial landscape – particularly to vulnerable adults.

Con artists and scammers have always had methods for trying to deprive us of our hard-earned money. The introduction of the internet has, sadly, made their job a little easier. Credit cards are often the target of these attacks.

But it isn’t all doom and gloom. One of the best ways to prevent yourself from falling victim to any kind of credit card scam is to know what a potential threat looks like and react accordingly.

Check out this online guide, where 30 of the most common scams are highlighted, and what you can do to best protect yourself.