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Fraudster is appealing against his six-year prison sentence for a massive Ponzi scheme, many of whose victims were from the Jewish community.
There are growing concerns from the regulators, the treasury and the FOS in relation to the increasing sophistication of payment fraud scams and whether enough is being done to protect and educate customers.
The FBI has launched a manhunt for a Glasgow-born pensioner who is wanted for fraud.
More than £1.5 million of fraud has been prevented in Scotland following a new scheme where bank staff alert police to potential victims.
That’s especially true in light of the sophisticated way criminals exploit banks’ security systems – and convince customers that their money is at risk
National Crime Agency officers in Northern Ireland arrested a man at Belfast International Airport and charged him with money laundering offences.
Almost £400m has been lost to investment fraud since April 2016 as City regulators launch an advertising campaign to tackle pension scams.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) are urging the public to be vigilant when receiving unsolicited offers about their pensions and to check who they are dealing with.
The types of scams that customers are experiencing range from face to face fraud to those carried out anonymously online
The FBI has issued a warning to banks that cyber criminals are planning to steal millions in a coordinated worldwide attack on cash machines
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