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HM Revenue & Customs is set to deregister up to 500 “dubious” pension providers as part of a countrywide crackdown on “pension liberation” schemes, which offer early access to retirement funds
A thematic review into broker conflicts of interest was launched by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), it was revealed by the regulator at Insurance Age's 3R's event on 2 July.
Spam text messages from pension liberation firms have dropped off by almost 80 per cent following police arrests earlier in the year.
Britain - already dubbed the ‘whiplash capital of the world’ with more than £1billion of bogus claims a year - is now also beating the US as the most litigious country in the world.
Joyce case hits home that crime doesn’t pay
A senior Greater Manchester Police officer has been jailed after he was found guilty of insurance and mortgage fraud.
Two men have been prosecuted by Wellingborough Council after fraudulently claiming thousands of pounds in benefits. Both David Payne and Michael Paul had jobs when they claimed the benefits
Three men have been sentenced for their part in an insurance fraud in Morpeth.
A WIFE who forged her husband’s signature to take out a mortgage increase has been spared jail.
Seven people have been charged with fraud-related offences alleged to have been committed against elderly and vulnerable victims
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