Tag: Fraud

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'Phishing' scam email

For the latest collection of Little Big book of Scams for both phone and online please visit the Met police's page: -  The Little Guide to... preventing fraud and cyber crime

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Little Big Book of Scams

For the latest collection of Little Big book of Scams please visit the Met police's page: -  The Little Guide to... preventing fraud and cyber crime

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Your business

Closed Business Premises – COVID-19 During these exceptional times a lot of our businesses across Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly will be closed.  Advice to assist businesses deter crime and maintain security in these unprecedented times can be viewed here: - a two page PDF closed for business security tips leaflet, which can be printed. Crime against business can take many forms and some of the headline crimes include shoplifting, fraud, burglary, assault on staff etc. It is not possible to cover every crime type that might impact on a business. This section contains information about how to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of business crime i.e. the safety of your premises, your property, your money and the safety of your staff. Securing your business, whether it is a physical building or operates in the virtual world, is important.

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Fraud

Crimestoppers beat the fraudsters The game of Fraud: Know their game and get the upperhand. Take the quiz and complete the form to find out if you are at risk. The Force policy that covers fraud is listed below.

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Online fraud

Use of the Internet and email is something that is taken for granted these days. Lured into a false sense of security, users often forget that they are not dealing face to face with the other party – they believe what they see is true without reservation or caution.

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High yield investment fraud

High yield investments are generally considered to include shares, undeveloped land, wine and collectables such as art or classic cars

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