A gang of fraudsters based in South London who used compromised card details and “money mule” accounts to commit almost £200,000 of fraud have been sentenced to over nine years in prison at Southwark Crown Court.
Two criminals were sentenced to a total of over five years in jail today at Birmingham Crown Court, after attempting to recruit bank staff and commit attempted fraud worth £200k. This follows a successful investigation by the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU), a police unit sponsored by the cards and banking industry that targets fraudsters.
A criminal gang behind a series of frauds and attempted fraud worth over £1.2 million have been sentenced to nearly 7 years in prison, following a successful operation by the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU), a specialist anti-fraud police unit sponsored by the banking industry.
Two brothers from East London were sentenced yesterday at Inner London Crown Court after committing £6,000 of fraud.
A fraudster from Bexley, London has been sentenced at the Old Bailey today, after being arrested while staying at a hotel paid for with stolen card details.
A fraudster involved in a £1.8m scam who skipped bail and fled the UK has been sentenced to five years imprisonment at the Old Bailey, following an operation led by the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU).
A Stockport-based plumbing merchant has been sentenced to two years in prison today at Manchester Crown Court, after being found guilty of using stolen card details to commit over £75,000 worth of fraud.
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A criminal who abused his position at a high street bank to enable around £18,250 of fraud has been given a 12-month prison sentence, suspended for 18 months, as well as 200 hours of unpaid community work.
The Banking Protocol – a ground-breaking rapid response scheme – has led to 197 arrests and prevented almost £25 million of attempted fraud