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Reforms have been brought in, but more is needed to protect the victims of scams that netted £200m in the first half of last year
After Thomas received a message request from someone on social media, he thought she was “beautiful, funny and kind”, and they spoke every day over several months.
60-year-old Gala woman faces £16K benefits fraud charges
THERE is “no disputing” the guilt of a former treasurer of a top Co Antrim GAA club, a court heard yesterday.
A gang has been sentenced for hacking thousands of BT and PayPal accounts to buy £358,000 in luxury goods including Rolex and Versace clothes.
The Pension Scams Industry Group is working with anti-fraud organisation Cifas to launch a network of open-source information on suspicious companies and pension arrangements, which specialists say could be an important step in bringing scams under control.
I'm alarmed at the mortgage fraud that I read about in the media, which seems especially common for properties that don't have a legal charge registered against them. Is there anything I can do to protect my property?
Sussex is Britain’s romance fraud capital, according to The Times newspaper.
The son of a South Yorkshire romance fraud victim has revealed he ended up on the verge of a breakdown due to the impact of the crime.
A serving police officer, who claimed a piece of debris cracked the windscreen of his car causing injury and vehicle repair costs, has been sentenced after dash cam footage exposed his insurance claims as fraudulent.
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