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A judge in the Outer House of the Court of Session has rejected three of four contentions by a fabric business that their bank breached a duty to exercise reasonable skill and care in relation to their account after they sent over £500,000 from their account to a fraudster.
Gloucestershire Constabulary is warning residents to be vigilant following a number of courier fraud incidents targeting residents in Gloucester on Monday (August 23).
In this Q&A interview with Stewart Boutcher, CTO and data lead of Beacon, he discusses how click fraud has worsened during the coronavirus pandemic and what e-commerce businesses can do to protect themselves
Cruel con artists have swindled lonely people out of £1.12 million in romance fraud scams in a single year.
If you’re a business owner or work in e-commerce then you can appreciate the fact chargeback fraud is unfortunately an unavoidable part of your day-to-day operations.
A costly £157million was lost to dating scams worldwide last year, with online romance fraud setting Australian victims back an eyewatering $38million in 2020, according to a new study.
Strathclyde Pension Fund has reported a "significant potential fraud that had occurred over a lengthy timeframe" to Police Scotland, after discovering that around £300,000 had been paid to a deceased pensioner.
A conman who duped two vulnerable victims out of more than £100,000 by charging "hugely inflated prices" for household repairs has been jailed.
Four men allegedly defrauded "extremely vulnerable" and elderly homeowners after "pressurising" them into doing work on their properties, a trial has heard.
A West Cumbrian fuel card fraudster has admitted a crime which a prosecutor has told a judge amounts to just over £8,000.
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