Almost two thirds of Scots worry about their credit or debit card details being stolen while they shop online, new research has found.
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.
A Dundee woman who defrauded her bosses out of £15,000 in a scheme to gain loans for bad credit customers has avoided jail.
The use of connected devices such as smart TVs and voice-activated home assistants by criminals seeking to steal data poses an emerging threat to UK consumers, a report has warned.
A former Dundee City Council employee who defrauded the local authority of more than £1 million was today ordered to pay back nearly £50,000.
Charities should stay alert to the risk of insider fraud, a regulatory body has warned.
Mining giant Rio Tinto and two of its former top bosses have been charged with fraud in the US and the firm has been hit with a record UK fine for allegedly hiding losses by inflating the value of African coal assets.
A convicted fraudster who is behind a series of music events in Dundee will be allowed to continue running his new company — despite being banned from working as a director.
Bosses at a swanky Dundee hotel have pulled the plug on a £113-a-ticket bash — after serial fraudster organising the do failed to make a payment.
Hamilton Academical Football Club have revealed they have lost a "substantial" amount of money after falling victim to an "elaborate fraud".
A couple have been jailed for making fake holiday sickness claims in a landmark case.
A bid has been launched by the Crown Office to recoup some of the £1 million a Dundee council worker took from the local authority by fraud.
Specialist investigators have identified hundreds of thousands of pounds being claimed through fraud in Dundee, it has been revealed.
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.