- City of London Police’s Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department reveals 17-24 year olds are most likely to fall victim to ghost broking
- IFED launch second phase of ‘Steer Clear of Fraud’ campaign to raise awareness among this age group, including university students
- Reported losses for 17-24 year olds total £164,993, with individuals losing on average £912
- IFED officers are due to attend Freshers Fair’s at Liverpool John Moore university, City, University of London and London Metropolitan University
New figures from the City of London Police’s Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED) has revealed that 17-24 year olds are most likely* to fall victim to fraudsters selling fake care insurance, also known as ‘ghost brokers’.
From November 2014 – July 2018, the majority of reports received by Action Fraud, the national fraud and cyber crime centre, hosted by the City of London Police, have come from victims aged 17-24**. The reported losses for these...
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