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The Treasury and Work and Pensions committees have written to the prime minister urging him to reconsider including paid-for online advertisements in the government's Online Safety bill.
A 33-YEAR-OLD who fled the country after targeting an elderly woman for her credit card and pin number has pleaded guilty to theft and fraud.
A man has been sentenced for fraudulently obtaining more than 40 car insurance policies while posing as a broker and pocketing nearly £18,000 over a five-week period.
The insurer’s claims director says that as lockdown has made it harder for these scams to occur, there could be a spike when restrictions lift
Action Fraud is warning romance seekers to be cautious when using dating platforms, as new data reveals criminals have already conned over £15 million out of unsuspecting lovers with bogus investment opportunities.
A drug dealer who conspired to scam a pensioner out of more than £8,000 has been jailed for two years.
People are being warned to be on their guard after fraudsters claiming to be police officers have been targeting Gloucestershire residents.
ERS has successfully pursued a private criminal prosecution against three fraudsters, who allegedly made false testimonies against one of the insurer’s clients in order to secure personal injury damages.
City of London Police has called for “wider reaching” legislation that would require a duty to protect savers and/or criminal liability for failure to prevent scams across all online and telecommunications enablers.
Two men from London are due to appear in court after being charged with offences relating to alleged courier fraud scams.
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