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Leaders in the tech, business and civil society sectors have welcomed the government’s plans to enable the use of digital identity across the UK, with plans to update existing laws and a new set of guiding principles for policy development.
A conveyancer who recklessly facilitated a mortgage fraud before being convicted of three money laundering offences and then failing to surrender to bail has been struck off.
A WOMAN has been admonished for a £53,000 benefits fraud because of her failing health.
When cybersecurity reporter Danny Palmer found his card was apparently used on another continent, he set out to discover more.
UK Finance is urging people to be aware of criminals exploiting Covid-19 to target their victims, after figures revealed a sharp rise in impersonation scams in the first half of this year.
In a case that highlights how anybody — truly, anybody — can be a victim of invoice fraud, federal officials have reportedly charged two brothers in New York State for an alleged $19 million scam targeting Amazon.
Warnings from pension companies to savers who are looking to transfer their pension somewhere that does not look right are often ignored, says Phoenix Group.
Just 7 percent of reported pension scams were passed on for police investigation last year, Quilter has found, as it pressed for changes to legislation to prevent scams.
“Much the same, yet completely new.” This was the subtitle of BAE System’s report into ‘Insurance fraud trends in 2020’ and an effective summary of how the fraud landscape has changed.
There has been a grey area looming over personal injury claims, surrounding the issue of fundamental dishonesty. However, a High Court appeal victory for Allianz and Keoghs may have changed that.
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