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Gosport was one of five United Kingdom areas taking part in the trial in an effort to cut down on voter fraud.
Officers have been dealing with a fraud that involved an elderly resident in West Bridgford, the offenders are very plausible and the scam relates to internal bank investigations.
Two fraudster brothers whose near £17 million swindle helped fund an extravagant lifestyle of Rolex watches and private jet hire while depleting their victims’ retirement savings have been jailed.
Specialist insurance industry law firm Horwich Farrelly, which describes itself as having a zero tolerance approach to fraud, has successfully defended more than 2,000 holiday illness claims in 10 months.
Companies are being warned to ensure they put in place strong measures to ensure that one of the key tenets of GDPR – the right to erasure – does not result in a huge uplift of identity fraud and spark a new practice of malicious data hacking.
Victims are told to pay an up-front fee for the horse and it’s shipment only to later find that it doesn’t exist.
North Yorkshire Police are warning people to be extra vigilant after three separate reports of fraud in the city in quick succession.
Police in Harrogate are investigating after an elderly man and an elderly woman were targeted in two separate fake police frauds in the town.
The scam is known as 'pension liberation' and the offences occurred between September 2013 and April 2014.
The AA have warned that cash for crash schemes costs 'honest policy holders' an average of £50 on every annual premium.
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