Article preview: Most right-minded people wouldn’t dream of committing fraud. Or would they? Some new research has found that acts of fraud among UK adults are more widespread than we might have thought, possibly due to a misunderstanding of what constitutes a criminal act. The research came from fraud prevention service Cifas and found that one in seven British adults have committed at least one type of consumer fraud. They also found that two in three of us know someone who is guilty of committing a form of consumer fraud.
Did you know these four acts could result in a criminal record?
This 696-word blog post considers new research from fraud prevention service Cifas which found more people than expect believe it’s acceptable to commit acts of consumer fraud, perhaps unaware of the consquences. Written on 19th July 2019.
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