Filter news by category
Search articles by keyword
Easyjet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou accused the airline of “voting fraud” today after his attempt to oust key management figures was defeated.
Businesses need stringent measures to protect themselves from fraud, with the Covid-19 pandemic providing a “fertile breeding ground” for such crimes, according to a report out today.
Ryanair staff have wrongly told customers chargeback is 'fraudulent activity' and could result in being blacklisted by the airline
A West Sussex woman, already serving a three-year prison sentence for fraud, has also been ordered to repay £67,000 in compensation following a police investigation.
A Birmingham garage boss has been jailed for breaching bankruptcy restrictions, making false representations to Official Receiver and defrauding creditors for over £1m.
A panel of UK and US insurance professionals say insurance staff working from home may undertake opportunistic fraud to mitigate financial hardship brought on by the pandemic
Hull-based Hudgell Solicitors has begun work on trying to overturn as many as 500 potentially unsafe convictions as a result of the Post Office Horizon IT scandal.
Wirecard says a forensic audit of its earnings by KPMG found no evidence of balance sheet manipulation or wrongdoings, following months of media allegations of accounting irregularities at the Berlin-based payments processor.
It is interesting to see further details announced today around the ongoing financial investigation at Lookers.
Midlands Fraud Forum Ltd. Reg.No: 06436330 Copyright © March 2014