A gambling addict’s poker face let him down as he tried to cash a fake cheque at a Dundee bank, a court heard.
The chief locksmith at a major London hospital trust has been locked up after being found guilty of ripping off the NHS for more than half a million pounds, officials have said.
Failures in "fundamental controls" within Dundee City Council's financial systems allowed an employee to embezzle more than £1 million in almost seven years, a report has found.
A woman has been convicted of posing as a grief-stricken Grenfell Tower survivor to claim money, donations and hotel accommodation meant for real victims.
A former soldier who defrauded Dundee City Council and the Department for Work and Pensions out of more than £18,000 has been ordered to carry out unpaid work.
Police have warned well-wishers not to donate to a fraudulent fundraising account set up in the name of six-year-old Daisy Dymyd who died earlier this week.
Six people have been arrested in an alleged £1.2 billion Indian bank fraud case.
A top anti-fraud cop is warning of the dangers posed by scammers after it was revealed Taysiders have lost £750,000 to phone banking cons.
Lovelorn Britons lost £41 million to online romance fraudsters in 2017, new research has revealed.
Disgraced ex-footballers Mark Aizlewood and Paul Sugrue embezzled £5 million of public money reserved to train vulnerable young people.
Television star Noel Edmonds has secured litigation funding to pursue Lloyds through the courts as he seeks up to £60 million in compensation from the banking giant.
The City watchdog has warned members of the public to be on high alert to online investment fraud after revealing that tens of thousands of pounds were lost every day to scams.
Thomas Simpson, 41, of Finavon Place, had sentence deferred for six months for him to make repayments to Dundee City Council after he admitted benefit fraud.
Police have issued a warning to the public following a vishing — voice phishing — scam that resulted in a man losing £29,000.
A man who admitted fraudulently claiming more than £5,400 in benefits had sentence deferred.
A convicted fraudster who conned elderly people out of thousands of pounds has been found dead.
Thomas Simpson, 41, of Finavon Place, had sentence deferred after admitting claiming benefits to which he wasn’t entitled.
A student has warned music fans to check who they buy tickets from after losing £180 to an online fraudster who promised Killers briefs.
Finance experts have issued Dundee City Council with an action plan to help prevent a repeat of the £1 million fraud carried out by a rogue IT worker.
Dundee veterans’ charity fraud: More than 1,000 sign petition to seize assets of man who scammed £60,000
A petition has been launched calling for a man who founded a veterans’ charity — only to scam tens of thousands of pounds from it — to have his assets seized.