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Identity Theft and Money Laundering
Identity Theft and Money Laundering
Criminals need to launder dirty money to either get it out of the country or simply to cover up the trail that leads back to them. Stealing your identity is one way to…...
Identity Theft as a Crime
Identity Theft as a Crime
This article looks at Identity theft and what constitutes Identity theft as a crime...
Mobile Telephones and Data Theft
Mobile Telephones and Data Theft
This article looks at mobile telephones and the theft of data from them...
Organised Crime and Identity Fraud
Organised Crime and Identity Fraud
This article looks at organised crime and how it uses identity fraud as a means to obtain money...
Prosecuting Identity Fraud
Prosecuting Identity Fraud
This article looks at how identity fraud is prosecuted and the likelihood of such a prosecution ever taking place...
Proving Your Identity
Proving Your Identity
Being able to prove your identity is as important as being able to protect it; here we examine how you can do both....
Q & A: Reporting Identity Theft
Q & A: Reporting Identity Theft
If you discover yourself a victim of identity theft then act quickly to report it to the appropriate agencies....
The Work of CIFAS
The Work of CIFAS
CIFAS is not a credit reference agency, it is a non-profit organisation dedicated to combatting financial fraud in the UK....
Types of Identity Theft
Types of Identity Theft
Identity theft is becoming more and more prevalent, but fraudsters are not just committing this crime for financial reasons. Identity theft is also used by criminals…...
Wireless Internet Surfing and the Risks of Identity theft
Wireless Internet Surfing and the Risks of Identity theft
This article looks at the risks of identity theft using wireless internet technology....
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