Fraud

Intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual

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Maisha Frost
June 29, 2020
Express.co.uk
Could fraud markers against traders' names, that they are unaware of, be the reason why some have been refused a Bounce Back Loan (BBLS), the one thing that could save them from collapse? The 100 percent government-backed support scheme has lent £28billion to 920,000 small businesses, but thousands too have been rejected or remain in long holding queues.
Jess Sheldon
March 4, 2020
Express.co.uk
FRAUD can have a devastating affect on the victim, both emotionally and financially. As UK Finance reveal £100million of fraud has been stopped through the Banking Protocol rapid response scheme, members of the public are being warned to watch out.
Jess Sheldon
October 1, 2019
Express.co.uk
HMRC issued a tax refunds warning recently. What is phishing and what should you do if you think you've been contacted online by a scammer?
Jess Sheldon
September 30, 2019
Express.co.uk
CREDIT CARD fraud rates have risen for the over 60 age group in the first half of 2019, compared to the same period last year, new data shows. Could you potentially be at risk of falling victim to a scam?
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