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One in three 18-24 year olds have seen a suspicious looking advert for car insurance on social media, an Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) survey conducted by YouGov has revealed.
Sixty eight year old pleaded guilty to claiming housing benefit to the value of £20,289.88 despite claiming she had no savings or capital when, in fact, she had savings of £50,000.
A 67 year old man who was paid benefits of nearly £60,000 after claiming he could hardly walk was photographed jogging up a hill and painting on a rooftop
UK ad organisations JICWEBS and TAG have teamed up to unify the US and UK standards programs, effective Jan 1st 2019.
Closing speeches have been delivered by barristers in the trial of a doctor accused of trying to steal the £1.3 million estate of an elderly widow.
A man jailed for selling fake festival and music tickets online has had £15,000 seized from an internet gambling account in his name.
A lottery winner accused of forging his £2.5 million ticket has denied fraud.
A man who pretended he was in a relationship with a Grenfell Tower victim to gain accommodation has become the 11th person to be jailed for fraud relating to the tragedy.
Defra’s top official has admitted the department’s no-deal Brexit plans increase the risk of food fraud and smuggling.
In a prosecution brought by KCC Trading Standards at Maidstone Crown Court, he pleaded guilty to 19 offences of fraud by false representation and one offence of money laundering.
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