8 March 2010

Reporting fraud

Fraud is second only to drugs in the affect it has on society. It costs each adult in the UK over £600 a year. If you have suffered as a result of fraud you might fall into the one in two that despite being a victim of fraud, didn't report the crime.

I work hard for my money and don't want some crook benefiting from it. By reporting fraud and those involved in crime, you are helping make it harder for fraudsters to strike again.

You hopefully know by now that you can report those committing frauds or scams to Crimestoppers, but do you know what to do if you are unlucky enough to be a victim of fraud? No? Well keep on reading, I'll tell you!

Fraud victims

If you are a victim of fraud you should report this to Action Fraud. Action Fraud is operated by the government's National Fraud Authority. It is a place where people can get more information about frauds and current scams, as well as report crimes they have experienced.

No more excuses, let's reduce the number of fraud cases that go unreported. It's only by working together that we can put these crooks out of business and ensure that all of the pounds you earn, stay where they belong, with you.

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