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Christmas should be a time for peace on Earth and goodwill to all, but for scammers it is peak season for ripping people off.
A serial conman who seduced lonely women on dating websites and charmed his way into their bank accounts has been locked up.
Bob Spink was found guilty of four counts of submitting false signatures on nomination forms.
Individuals and businesses are being warned to watch out for cold calls and online contact from fraudsters who are offering victims the opportunity to apply for Government grants for an advance fee.
Money muling is the act of allowing money to be transferred into your account, then transferred to another. This money is often used for criminal activity such as terrorism or human trafficking.
A local resident in Crawley Down has reported paying £300 by bank transfer for four tickets for the England v Australia rugby international at Twickenham on 18 November. The tickets were never supplied.
A conman from Rugby posed as a Crown Prosecution Service barrister when he began a relationship with a woman who he then tricked into letting him use her bank cards
Prosecutors say they are continually monitoring canoe couple John and Anne Darwin as today marks 10 years since their world renowned fraud first came to light.
Undercover videos catch benefit cheat ex-council leader who ‘needed sticks to walk’
Fraudsters can steal money by tampering with or fitting a device to an ATM. They’re designed to swallow your card, hold on to your cash or read your card details as you’re using the ATM
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