An investigation by The Times suggests call-centre workers at Action Fraud are misleading fraud victims
He was jailed for identity theft, just weeks after he was released from prison for the same crime on the same victim.
The former MP has been selected to fight for the seat he lost after more than 10,000 constituents signed a petition to remove him.
Seven fraudsters have been jailed for a total of more than 43 years for hacking into email accounts to steal more than £10million pounds from victims in the UK and abroad.
A so-called slip-and-trip fraudster has been given a suspended prison sentence after an insurance firm brought what is thought to be the first private prosecution of its kind in the UK.
A woman who was paid £12,500 in fraudulent disability benefits has been given a 12-month community order after being filmed running at a dog show.
A woman who made dozens of fraudulent insurance claims totalling nearly £180,000, including ones relating to the Grenfell Tower fire, Manchester bombing and Borough Market terrorist attack, has been jailed for three years.
Dr Mike Smith has said that it was “quite possible” that the NHS could face litigation after a woman faked qualifications and was allowed to practice as a psychiatrist for 22 years.
The suspended finance chief of Patisserie Valerie has been arrested on suspicion of fraud.
Jenny McDonagh, who worked for Kensington and Chelsea Council and defrauded the Grenfell survivors' fund of thousands for herself, has been jailed for five years
Solomon Smith, founder of Brixton Soup Kitchen, alleges that Vertigo Child Solutions offered to fundraise for his charity, but that he never received the funds. Police are investigating allegations of fraud
A fundraiser who pocketed cash collected for the young son of murdered soldier Lee Rigby has been found guilty of two counts of fraud.
Lesley Smith was supposed to look after the finances of an elderly woman, however used the money herself
Robert Mueller has filed 32 new fraud charges against two of Trump's campaign staff
Ronaldo publishes image apparently mocking the claim
Lyle Jeffs was accused of moving around $11million (£8.2 million) worth of food stamp benefits
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has also said some envelopes have been sent back with dirt inside
Michael Harrington kept the money for himself rather than storing it
The Supreme Court of Appeal agreed with a lower court ruling of prosecutors bringing back charges relating to an arms deal in 1999
Johnston scammed unsuspecting residents into thinking they had pest infestations in their homes
Setivarahalli convinced his victim he was a successful technology entrepreneur and investor
Joyce Msokeri charged with six counts of fraud and will appear in court today (September 5)
PC Reshat Kemal pleaded guilty to fraud by false representation at Southwark Crown Court
Benjamin Netanyahu allegedly accepted bribes form a Hollywood billionaire and offered commercial favours to a newspaper owner
Action Fraud are calling on the public to come forward with reports of suspicious traders
A deployment of 180 HMRC officers were sent to search professional football offices across the UK and France
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