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Changes in the words we use and the ways we communicate may make it even trickier to ferret out financial malfeasance.
The Government Counter Fraud Profession (GCFP) will create a new community of counter fraud specialists across government, with benefits for both individuals and organisations.
Two triangles combine for better fraud case comprehension
A key tenet of GDPR gives customers the right to be “forgotten”. But, in a cruel twist of fate, the very thing that was to give consumers’ power to demand privacy could lead to a new avenue for identity theft.
Airbnb has partnered with online security experts Get Safe Online to produce tips for how hosts and guests can stay safe online when booking or hosting on Airbnb.
A man who sold fake goods on the internet auction site eBay has been jailed for 20 months at Luton Crown Court. Trading Standards estimate he had a turnover of around £52,000 from his activities.
An act of fraud rarely occurs without subsequent acts to hide it. In the time after a fraud takes place, perpetrators are working in multiple ways to either circumvent controls or take advantage of a lack of controls.
The Serious Fraud Office has intimated it will now routinely expect companies to hand over written notes from any interviews carried out as part of an internal investigation.
A series of bilingual books that aim to stop scammers in the tracks have been launched in Wales as figures show just five percent of fraud victims report a crime.
With thousands of incidents reported annually, Transaction Reversal Fraud (TRF) has a potential industry cost of millions of pounds per year - significantly impacting bottom lines.
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