Concerns that savers could be at risk of scams as people take up the new pension freedoms are being probed by MPs.
A "Fraud Academy" is being launched to help businesses tackle economic crime which affects half of Scottish companies.
A child care worker who embezzled £1,370 from the kids club where she worked is set to face a hearing over her conduct.
A hospice is among several charities and businesses in Scotland recently scammed out of almost £5 million by fraudsters.
A full report detailing the £1 million fraud committed by a now-jailed IT worker is to be presented by Dundee City Council.
A senior police officer who helped bring a £1 million fraudster to justice said that he had never before seen one individual carry out public sector corruption on that scale.
A fraudster who stole more than £1 million from Dundee City Council has been jailed for five years and four months.
A woman admitted that she fraudulently claimed more than £12,000 in benefits.
A wedding planner faces jail after admitting defrauding almost 40 brides or bridegrooms out of more than £130,000.
A man was put behind bars after fraudulently taking more than £1 million from Dundee City Council.
A Tayside man is in custody today after fraudulently taking more than £1,000,000 from Dundee City Council.
Sharon Lindsay, 44, of Dunholm Road, was placed on a curfew at Dundee Sheriff Court.
A pensioner fraudulently claimed housing and council tax benefit amounting to £6,500.
Denise Forbes, 46, of Strathgray Crescent, Invergowrie, was ordered by Dundee Sheriff Court to carry out 240 hours of unpaid work.
A Dundee man who lied to benefits bosses and scammed almost £40,000 in benefits has failed in his bid to appeal his sentence and conviction.
A man has been jailed for nine months for faking his mum’s signature to obtain a £180,000 mortgage.
A man has admitted embezzling £60,000 from a Dundee-based armed forces veterans’ charity.
An HMRC worker scammed benefit bosses out of £23,000 in child and working tax credits.
A Dundee woman claimed £7,000 in benefits to which she was not entitled.
A Dundee man who lied to benefits bosses and scammed almost £40,000 in benefits is set to appeal his sentence and conviction.