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A woman now living in England who forged her partner’s signature for a loan application whilst in Northern Ireland has been handed a suspended sentence.
FOUR men who scammed elderly people in Worcestershire out of hundreds of thousands of pounds have been ordered to pay compensation to the victims – but three of them will hand back just £1.
The price of car insurance is likely to rise in 2020 as insurers pass on higher claim costs to customers, comparison site GoCompare has warned.
The Contingent Reimbursement Model Code for Authorised Push Payment Scams (the Code) in May 2019 creates a mechanism for victims of APP fraud to make claims for compensation. Our guide sets out the legal and practical implications of responding to such claims.
Louis King, who pleaded guilty at Warrington Magistrates Court to seven counts of fraud by false representation, has been sentenced to 16 months in prison at Liverpool Crown Court.
A ‘SLIP and trip’ conman who pretended to fall over in shops before claiming £11,000 in damages was exposed by bizarre CCTV footage.
An elderly man was tricked in to handing over a "large sum of cash" to a fake police officer who knocked on his door.
A PENRITH woman has admitted committing a benefit fraud by failing to disclose the improvement of a health condition.
A 50-year-old woman has been accused of obtaining more than £5,000 in Carer's Allowance she was not entitled to.
Fraudsters have scammed a Dorset couple, in their 70's, out of almost £1 million.
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