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Bitcoin might not be dead yet, not with its price currently standing at around $10,300. But that doesn’t mean the mania won’t end badly some time in the future, like tulip bulbs and South Sea stock.
The Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) decision to allow a phased 18-month implementation of Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) for the UK may bring a sense of relief for those not yet prepared for the original 14 September 2019 enforcement date. But in terms of fraud, it might just make a problematic situation worse.
The Financial Conduct Authority has hit back at accusations from a police chief that it is allegedly sitting on evidence of UK banks forging signatures on what he called an ‘industrial scale’.
Santander warning about social media posts that could lure young people into becoming money mules.
The average prison sentence for money-laundering has increased by 8% in the last year, according to new research. The research by Thomson Reuters revealed that average jail time increased to 27 months in 2018, up from 25 months in 2017.
Britain is facing a fraud “epidemic” that “destroys” lives, the chair of the UK’s top financial watchdog has warned.
McKay, from Glasgow, was said to have bought a Jaguar and a Rolex while bankrupt.
Former football "super-agent" Willie McKay is to appear in court accused of splashing out on a £54,000 car and a £9,000 watch for his wife while he was bankrupt.
Fast Camel Car Insurance and @carinsurance.lltd are not authorised by the regulator.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published multiple warnings on two unauthorised insurance-related firms targeting people on social media.
LONDON (Reuters) - “Have a great day!” was not the way Gavin Rennick expected ‘Zlatan’, an agent for his bank, Revolut, to end their instant messaging chat about the 46,000 pounds scammers had stolen from his account in just 24 hours.
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