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Financial fraud and abuse between family members is “overlooked” and requires “more research”, according to an industry report published today (October 11).
Google has hit out at suggestions fraud committed through paid-for advertisements should be included in the much-debated online safety bill, saying the bill was not “targeted” enough to “efficiently tackle” these types of online scams if they were included.
Google and Facebook have suggested fraud does not fit within the Online Safety Bill despite calls for it to be included.
A senior EU lawyer has concluded that the British government was negligent in its failure to tackle customs fraud that allowed criminal gangs to flood European markets with cheap Chinese-made clothes and shoes.
Two-thirds of married people who have been a victim of fraud kept it a secret from their spouse, research has found.
The main aim of this Compendium is to provide guidance on directing the jury in Crown Court trials and when sentencing, though it contains some practical suggestions in other areas, for example jury management, which it is hoped will be helpful.
Fewer than four in 10 married people who have experienced fraud told their spouse about it, a survey has found.
Two men who were convicted of rigging contracts operated through the Shropshire Learning Skills Council more than a decade ago are being made to repay another £140,000.
Aviva is calling for greater consumer protection from online financial fraud by urging government to include financial scams promoted by paid-for adverts in the scope of the Online Safety Bill.
A couple who were convicted of mortgage fraud after Scotland’s longest criminal trial have been ordered to pay back the profits of their crimes.
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