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NatWest claims to have saved its corporate clients over £7 million through the use of a purpose-built system to detect and prevent invoice redirection fraud - where businesses are duped into paying money into a fraudster’s account rather than to their intended supplier.
Part 2: Why Good People Do Bad Things
Are fraud reporting hotlines worth it? Yes, according to the ACFE’s Report to the Nations, a biennial global study on occupational fraud.
A new report from NatWest has identified the top ways they expect fraudsters will try and get their hands on people’s cash in 2018.
Cyber Crime and Online Fraud is a growing epidemic worldwide, with fraudsters using the power of the internet and various cunning methods to try and get their hands on funds from online bank accounts.
Working together to teach young people about fraud
Without question, the Fraud Triangle’s focus on pressure, opportunity and rationalization continues to help anti-fraud professionals understand why fraud occurs and where they need to focus attention when considering fraud cases of all types.
Carders and other fraudsters are constantly sharpening their skills on the darknet and the conventional wisdom in fraud prevention may no longer apply.
Tony Prior, ACFE Regent, discusses the importance of a strong tone at the top for fraud prevention
Three million scam mail items have been stopped from reaching UK homes by the Royal Mail since the launch of a drive against fraudsters over a year ago.
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