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A high-profile campaigner who has admitted fraud by abuse of her position involving more than £5,000 at a dog welfare charity has been warned by a judge she could be jailed.
Large amounts of cash collected from the public for a military charity at venues in Scotland including football matches and railway stations by Parachute Regiment veterans have been misappropriated for over a decade, a number of their former comrades claim.
From the theft of assets and diverted payments through to ghost payrolls and cyberenabled theft, charities and charitable trusts face a myriad fraud risks.
The Charity Commission for England and Wales has accused some auditors of ‘letting the profession and charities down’, after the sample of 296 charities’ accounts were assessed against new external scrutiny benchmarks.
The former boss of the JSPCA will appear in court this morning, charged with fraud and forgery.
Get involved between 21 and 25 October to help your organisation and the charity sector become more resilient to fraud.
A woman who said she was dying from cancer so a charity would organise a £15,000 wedding has avoided jail.
A WOMAN has admitted fraud by abuse of her position at a dog welfare charity involving more than £5,000.
Reported charity fraud losses reached almost £8m in 2018/19, according to figures obtained by audit, tax and consulting firm RSM in a freedom of information request to Action Fraud.
A bride-to-be pretended she was dying of cancer so she could bag thousands from a charity that funds weddings for the terminally ill.
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