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The new year is giving scammers an easy way to forge documents, but you can protect yourself with an easy New Year’s resolution: Don’t abbreviate the year. Why? This year’s abbreviation is easily changeable and could be used against you. The concern is that scammers could easily manipulate a document dated “1/1/20” into “1/1/2000″ or even “1/1/2021.”
Half of apprenticeship courses in England have been accused of being "fake" by an education think tank.
Thousands of imitation products from China have been seized by the Border Force, including fake Nike shoes and Beats headphones.
The City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) is warning sports fans to use legitimate sources to watch the big fight on the 7th of December, as Anthony Joshua looks to avenge his defeat by Andy Ruiz Jnr.
A SCOTTISH university has thanked the Sunday National after being alerted to a website selling fake degrees from the University of the West of Scotland (UWS).
Black Friday bargain hunters are not just being warned about fake goods, they’re also being urged to look out for bogus insurance deals.
THE FBI has busted a counterfeiting ring that focused on fake iPhones and iPads and reportedly cost Apple more than $6.1million.
Trading Standards received around 500,000 complaints and looked into 43,000 cases across England and Wales
OTA OrganicTrade pushes organic textiles fraud prevention platform
Despite efforts to combat the sale of fakes on its online-selling platforms, the matter could still evolve into a significant fiscal liability.
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