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Mr McIntyre, 42, from Hyde, Greater Manchester is accused of overcharging for security services in Baghdad, Iraq.
Antoni Muldoon, ran an network of bogus companies, duping people into signing up for non-existent escort work or fake debt elimination schemes.
A businessman who fraudulently obtained a £1.5 million loan from a film company by claiming the money was needed to secure £30 million of future film funding has today, 12th July, been jailed for seven years at the Old Bailey.
The Serious Fraud Office has been called in to investigate how the government has been overcharged by tens of millions of pounds for contracts to tag criminals.
A MEDICAL boss who tried to cheat East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust out of more than £100,000 has been jailed for 15 months.
In total she ordered 133 vehicles for the six complainants, who handed her £730,000, but only 16 were delivered. June Hoystead admitted six counts of fraud and was jailed for two years at Sheffield Crown Court.
Brian Chapman, of North Lanarkshire, appeared in court in London on Thursday accused of using his corporate American Express card to pay for personal expenditure.
Cloning of established companies is an increasingly prevalent issue, whereby fraudsters use the reputation and credit-worthiness of reputable companies in order to falsely obtain goods or services.
Investigators have been speaking to senior figures connected with the takeover, with the probe likely to result in Whyte facing criminal charges and a lifetime ban from holding a position as company director
Small and Medium-size Businesses (SMBs) in the UK are among the most vulnerable to cybercrime, according to a report by the Federation of Small Businesses, with annual losses in the sector totalling as much as £785m
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