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A bride-to-be pretended she was dying of cancer so she could bag thousands from a charity that funds weddings for the terminally ill.
A former NSPCC volunteer who lied about being abused by a murderous VIP Westminster paedophile ring is facing a lengthy jail sentence after he was convicted of perverting the course of justice and fraud.
The Charity Commission has announced it is investigating a group of eight charities alleged to be involved in money laundering
Two arrests have been made over the alleged misuse of donated charitable funds at a national anti-grooming charity based in Birmingham.
Inadequate oversight and poor compliance with financial controls meant an individual was able to steal significant sums from Royal Air Force mess charities, the Charity Commission has said.
A former priest defrauded the Church of England of more than £50,000 and held funerals with no religious authority, a court has heard.
A senior lecturer is accused of defrauding a charity out of more than £16,000.
Global leader of background and identity services, Sterling, has urged charities to ensure they have consistent and carefully applied background screening programmes in place in order to avoid the growing threat of insider fraud. This comes following a survey from the company that exposed a worrying level of inconsistency amongst background screening practices across the not-for-profit sector.
A woman who duped and defrauded a cancer charity - by pretending she had cancer - has been ordered to repay £26,207.
AN Asian origin charity finance manager has been jailed in a £172,000 cheating case.
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