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A fraudster who claimed £20,000 in disability benefits but was caught enjoying a ride on a zip wire must now sell his prized koi carp to pay back what he owes.
The Financial Conduct Authority's director of strategy and competition Christopher Woolard (pictured above) gives an update on the regulator's work to protect consumers from contactless card fraud
Thousands of pension savers have fallen victim to companies that have now been closed down by regulators, but many could be unaware for months or even years thanks to the way scammers operate.
Prosecutors are considering taking action against eight people over fraud allegations in connection with Nama’s Northern Ireland property portfolio, the Belfast Telegraph reports.
Surgeon Anthony McGrath will now be spending his days in jail instead of in operating rooms.
UK Finance responds to APP (Authorised Push Payments) Steering Group consultation
A pensioner has been accused of being involved in a £27,500 benefits fraud at Jedburgh Sheriff Court.
Four people have gone on trial in Paris over an elaborate alleged scheme which fed consumers across Europe frozen foods containing cheap horse meat fraudulently labelled as pricier beef.
Three agents who scammed the public out of over £100,000 in rent and deposits in a prolonged fraud have each been jailed for two years and four months.
A student has been jailed and four other people handed a range of punishments for a £67,000 phone fraud.
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