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A whopping £90 million worth of UK claims fraud was detected by British insurer Aviva in 2017.
Insurers are eagerly anticipating change implemented by Civil Liability Bill
Two fraudsters involved in an elaborate ghost broking operation run from their launderette in Tottenham have been jailed for conspiracy to defraud insurance companies.
22 people were targeted in an operation to clampdown on ‘opportunistic fraud’
I am a victim of identity theft and fraud. I’m not exactly sure how it happened. But the whole experience was a real hassle.
There were 8628 incidents of fraud recorded in 2017/18, a 17.9% increase on the previous year, according to latest figures from Police Scotland.
A life-long Reds fan paid £700 for a fake ticket to the Champions League final in Kiev after being conned by a man advertising tickets on Twitter
The background to the case is that Mishcon’s client, Dreamvar, agreed to purchase a house in London where the purported vendor was in fact a fraudster who had obtained the driving licence and TV licence of the true owner.
Conveyancers have cited a lack of awareness about fraud and more clarity on timeframes as the biggest issue clients need informing about.
New research conducted by Barclays reveals that children are being put at identity theft risk by parents oversharing on social media, in a trend dubbed “sharenting”, to the point at which it could annually cost the future generation £676 million by 2030.
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