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The incident, which happened in October, came to light after it was raised in Parliament by Southend West MP Sir David Amess. During a debate on cyber security, Sir David questioned the Minister for Security, Ben Wallace.
A Telford woman who stole from a vulnerable pensioner she befriended, and who scammed other elderly people with fake sponsorship stories to fund a drug habit, has been jailed.
Action Fraud, the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime, has warned that fraudsters have been pretending to be the British Council to trick people into handing over money
The Charities Commission has written to Oxfam 'as a matter of urgency' to find out more of the Oxford-based charity's conduct following a major disaster in 2011.
Police are investigating a woman after she went missing following a fraud probe into the charity where she volunteered
Most fundraising is genuine. Only a small minority of collections and appeals are scams. But fraudsters are expert at hijacking our kindness and stealing our donations.
The two founders of a Birmingham anti-bullying charity are to appear in court, charged with fraud.
Parents with children at private schools are at risk of losing tens of thousands of pounds to email fraudsters who convince them to pay their fees into scam accounts, the Charity Commission has warned
They are sending requests for payment that look like they come from schools' email accounts
A new company, Giftcoin, is hoping to launch an online giving platform this year that will use blockchain technology to bring about a “revolution in charitable giving” by helping charities to be more transparent and build better relationships with donors.
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