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The investigation, assisted by City of London Police, was part of a national project to tackle Hajj and Umrah fraud in 2014.
Six homes have been recovered by social housing bodies in a month-long 'key amnesty' for people committing tenancy fraud.
The Scottish Professional Football League is warning clubs to be on their guard against online fraud.
In 2015, 86 buyers lost their deposit to fraudsters and in 2016, that number increased to 159.
Progress was made last year on all of the recommendations put forward by a government-backed task force set up to address insurance fraud, according to a new report.
British holidaymakers lead the world when it comes to false compensation claims – and now travel companies are fighting back.
Worcester County Court judge formally ruled her claim ‘fundamentally dishonest’, allowing the tour operator to recover the money it had spent fighting her dodgy claim.
Credit agency Equifax has revealed that scammers attempted to apply for 29 different forms of credit in the name of a single ID fraud victim.
Fraudster assumed the identity of his friend to apply for a provisional driving licence, then opened bank accounts, claimed benefits and tax rebates and registered at doctors’ surgeries.
An increased opportunity for fraud emerges as millions of eggs are withdrawn from shelves in the EU due to poison fears, say food fraud experts.
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