There were 134 reports per 100,000 people, compared with the national average of 95.
, said: 'As more information is available about us online than ever before, fraudsters are finding it much easier to know who to target and how.'These criminals are constantly finding new ways to rip us off and those tackling fraud should be upping their game.
This type of fraud was more commonly reported in areas with an older population, Which? Dyfed-Powys was also a hotspot for reported fake services fraud.
This is where victims are conned into paying an upfront fee for services that did not exist, such as falsely offering to make a PPI claim.
The capital also saw frequent reports of regular payment fraud, which sees people duped into changing a direct debit, standing order or bank transfer, by pretending to be an organisation the victim regularly pays, such as an energy or phone company.
The analysis found Warwickshire experiences a lot of retail fraud, with 157 reports per 100,000 people, compared with an average of 34.