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Mobile ad fraud is an issue for everyone working in the programmatic industry, and it’s clear that there is an overwhelming tide of parties committing it.
Retail and commercial bank TSB is implementing a new security solution to combat payment fraud.
A woman who claimed she was disabled and a single parent in order to scam £260,000 of benefits, and was later caught living with her partner and seen dancing at a wedding, has been jailed, prosecutors said.
“The improbable can happen. But when a number of improbabilities occur consecutively within a short period of time it is very difficult to accept that they are coincidences.”
The City of London Police's Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED) are supporting the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) Operation Drive Insured, a national campaign to catch uninsured drivers.
The UK has seen a 5pc increase in mortgage fraud in the first six months of 2019 compared to the last six months of 2018, according to the Cifas ‘Faces of Fraud’ campaign.
A convicted rapist has been jailed for nine years after faking his way to a multimillion-pound National Lottery win with a counterfeit ticket in a “sophisticated and carefully planned” ruse.
Investors who have chosen to reinvest some, or all, of their pension funds since April 2015, when the pension freedoms were first introduced, may not be aware that they might have already fallen victim to fraudsters.
A conman who cashed in a fake National Lottery ticket to claim a £2.5m jackpot has been jailed for nine years.
A fraudster who funded luxury holidays by conning people out of their bank details in “an industrial scale” text message scam has been jailed.
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