Fraud reporting flaws hamper policing

 

Former fraud detective Suzanne Raftery has warned that refunding victims of fraud could discourage people from reporting scams to the police. Ms Raftery, who now runs cybercrime and investigations firm Requite Solutions, says banks are failing to pass on sufficient information to Action Fraud and reports are not standardised, making it harder to investigate the crimes.

The Daily Telegraph, Money, Page: 8

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