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 trusted boss who defrauded an animal charity and blew £640,000 on an online gambling website has been jailed for five years.
A man has been charged in connection with a fraud against football club Hearts.
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.
Banks are not doing enough to combat Britain’s £10 billion online financial crime surge, MPs have warned.
Lloyds Banking Group has a reached a settlement with a couple who helped uncover the fraud scandal at HBOS Reading, with the lender now having shelled out more than £29 million in compensation payouts.
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.
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.