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A Scottish lawyer who represented an elderly victim of mortgage fraud has been found guilty of professional misconduct over his failure to act in the client’s best interests according to Scottish Legal News.
A man has been sentenced after he falsely assumed ownership of several cars, insured them and then reported each as stolen, to try and get insurance pay-outs totalling £100,000.
Three people who conspired to launder £1.25 million stolen from a business linked to a property entrepreneur have been convicted for their part in the plot.
Losses from online, mobile and in-app advertising reached $42 billion in 2019 and are expected to reach $100 billion by 2023
AN ELDERLY woman had to borrow money for her husband's funeral after paying almost £5,000 to a 'cowboy builder'.
A woman who sent thousands of emails, posing as 15 different council workers, to trick her friend into thinking she'd landed her dream job has been jailed at Liverpool Crown Court.
BENEFIT fraud investigations in Northern Ireland have caught people claiming tens of thousands of pounds from the public purse to which they were not entitled.
The consumer association Which? says banks are putting too much reliance on generic anti-fraud warnings to get out of refunding victims of fraud
The court heard that James Lattimer bought a membership card from eBay and replaced its photo with his own prior to purchasing the cheapest possible ticket for entry to the stadium in August 2019
North Wales Police back national campaign by Action Fraud – UK’s national reporting centre for fraud – to protect elderly and vulnerable people from courier fraud phone scam.
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