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Fraudsters stole more than £7 million from unsuspecting holidaymakers and other travellers in 2018, a new report reveals today.
A gang of fraudsters have been jailed for a total of more than 43 years for their parts in the theft of millions of pounds from businesses and individuals in the UK and abroad.
Brits lost out on around £7 million to holiday and travel related fraud in 2018, an increase from £6.7 million the year before.
Most people post on social media without a second thought these days. Checking in at a restaurant on Facebook, sharing a thought on Twitter, sharing a holiday snap on Instagram.
A Bishop in Leeds has been jailed for insurance fraud.
Fraudsters used holiday booking scams to steal more than £7 million from travellers last year, according to a new report.
Australian singer-songwriter Casey Donovan opened up again last night about the six years she thought she was involved in a relationship with a man she never met, someone called “Campbell”.
More than 5,000 people were the victims of holiday booking fraud last year, with their total losses amounting to £7m, research suggests.
A fraudster has been jailed after he lied about being ill or injured to make several fraudulent travel claims for the same family holiday, amounting to a total of £19,225.
A woman has been sentenced after she lied about her personal car being stolen to make a fraudulent insurance claim. She was a serving Metropolitan police officer at the time of her offence*.
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