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He received £15,918.20 on pre-paid cards, £60,945 in hotel accommodation and £9,968.36 for laundry and parking - a total of just over £86,831.
“Fake boss” or impersonation fraud scams are on the rise with the average victim losing £27,000, according to research from Lloyds Bank.
Small and medium sized businesses are increasingly falling victim to impersonation fraud – where criminals impersonate suppliers, bosses or business contacts to defraud companies out of money.
A £1.7 million police inquiry into electoral fraud during the 2014 Tower Hamlets mayoral election has ended without sufficient evidence to charge anyone
The government has rejected calls to provide online voting access to disabled voters, claiming it increases the risk of electoral fraud.
The man was spotted and when the occupant checked with his bank he discovered that a credit card had been ordered in his name without his knowledge.
Eight men have been jailed after they pretended to be police officers to trick elderly people out of thousands of pounds.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a Galashiels woman who failed to turn up at Selkirk Sheriff Court to answer alleged benefit fraud charges
A carer who conned nearly £290,000 from a 102-year-old woman must pay back more than she stole.
Scammers are targeting victims of timeshare fraud and stealing even more of their money, Action Fraud has warned.
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