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  • 14 May 2014 6:07 PM | Deleted user

    The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) is altering the public of a method called “SIM Splitting” used by fraudsters to steal your money. 


  • 14 May 2014 6:06 PM | Deleted user

    Individuals are continuing to fall victim to ‘Computer Software Tech Support’ phone calls which use the names of companies like Microsoft to scam people. 


  • 09 May 2014 6:11 PM | Deleted user

    National Consumer Week (NCW) 2014 will start on Monday 3 November. This year's theme is doorstep crime with a focus on encouraging friends, neighbours and carers to intervene when they suspect vulnerable neighbours and relatives are, or could become victim of doorstep crime. 


  • 09 May 2014 6:11 PM | Deleted user

    Fraud offences in England and Wales rose by 25% in 2013, compared to the previous year, with 207,252 cases reported to Action Fraud. But Citizens Advice has calculated up to four million people could be scammed each year as many scams go unreported. 


  • 08 May 2014 6:12 PM | Deleted user

    The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau is continuing to receive reports relating to individuals falling victim to romance scams/mobile phone fraud where individuals are targeted by fraudsters on dating websites and encouraged to call premium rate numbers. 


  • 02 May 2014 4:24 AM | Deleted user

    Scams Awareness Month is running throughout May to warn about the fraudsters preying on hard-up households


  • 25 Apr 2014 4:25 AM | Deleted user

    Fraudsters are sending out scam emails purporting to be from Neil Trotter - who publically revealed winning £107.9m on the Euromillions lottery. 


  • 16 Apr 2014 4:27 AM | Deleted user

    Imran Rasab, 35, was jailed for four years, Waseem Rashid, 26, for 30 months and Nadeem Ali, 26, for 21 months. All three had denied conspiracy to defraud. Kaleem Hussain, 30, who had pleaded guilty to the same charge, was jailed for 38 months


  • 16 Apr 2014 4:26 AM | Deleted user

    Police are warning the public not to give their bank card personal identification number (PIN) to anyone after bogus bank officials have stolen thousands of pounds by tricking victims into handing over their PIN. 


  • 11 Apr 2014 4:28 AM | Deleted user

    Fraudsters are sending out scam emails with a suspicious attachment and contact number that suggest you might have damaged a car. 



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