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Online donations make organisations vulnerable but simple measures can help
A bogus Help for Heroes collector who pocketed thousands of pounds while pretending to be a serving soldier has been jailed.
The IFRC said it was strengthening its efforts to fight corruption, including introducing cash spending limits in “high-risk settings”.
A former boss of Birmingham Dogs Home has pleaded guilty to ten charges of fraud worth more than £640,000 over almost a five year period.
The Fraud Advisory Panel has partnered with police, regulators and other stakeholders to issue new fraud prevention advice aimed at helping the public protect themselves when giving to good causes
The Fraud Advisory Panel has partnered with police, regulators and other stakeholders to issue new fraud prevention advice aimed at helping the public protect themselves when giving to good causes.
The Charity Commission said their figures suggest one third of fraudulent incidents against charities, reported to them during the financial year 2015/2016, were suspected to involve volunteers, staff or trustees
Detective Chief Inspector Andy Fyfe of the City of London Police tells launch event for Fraud Awareness Week that 823 employee frauds against charities were reported in the past six months
Former chief executive of Birmingham Dogs Home, was arrested last year after £450,000 in donations went missing.
A former Royal Navy serviceman has been given a suspended prison sentence for defrauding a veterans charity to feed his gambling addiction
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