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A man has been jailed for three years for fraudulent charity collections on railways in London.
A FORMER senior member of the Freemasons was jailed for a year today after he admitted stealing over £120,000 from his own lodge.
With the National Charity Fraud Awareness campaign recently concluded, it is a timely prompt for charities to ensure that they maintain focus on this risk and that those working with the charity are sufficiently fraud aware.
A former church warden has admitted conning a Coventry church out of tens of thousands of pounds.
Donations of bedding, food and more than £1,500 have been handed to a dogs' home after it was revealed it was still suffering from the effects of being defrauded of almost £30,000
The former boss of Birmingham Dogs Home has been told to expect a lengthy prison sentence for fraud totalling £640,100 – with his wife now admitting her role in the racket.
Birch Hill Dog Rescue, near Cleobury Mortimer, was among those targeted in an international, multi-million pound fraud by Wyvern Media, a company based in Derby
The Annual Fraud Indicator 2017 says much of the increase is down to a large rise in procurement fraud, to almost £1.2bn
Online donations make organisations vulnerable but simple measures can help
A bogus Help for Heroes collector who pocketed thousands of pounds while pretending to be a serving soldier has been jailed.
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