Charity Fraud Awareness Week is an award-winning campaign which ran from 19-23 October 2020. Now in its fifth year, it is run jointly by the Charity Commission and the Fraud Advisory Panel, and is led by a coalition of over 40 charities, regulators, law enforcers, representative bodies and other not-for-profit stakeholders from across the world….

In court cases, bundles of documents are prepared in support of each party’s argument, and made available to the other side and to the court.  Questions may sometimes arise as to the validity of the documents and paperwork submitted.   Parties will generally produce digital documents, such as bank statements, to prove that what they are…

The Charity Commission recently issued an alert to the charity sector about cyber crime and how to report it to them. Cyber crime has a number of definitions but usually involves attacks on or through computer systems and networks. It often includes the theft of data or the disruption of systems to enable further criminal…

Were you taken in by a leaflet put through your letterbox from Universal Wealth Preservation? Or perhaps you were invited to attend a seminar locally called “Keep It In the Family”, run by Universal Wealth Preservation or any of its associated companies? The police’s Eastern Region Specialist Operations Unit is investigating over 100 reports of fraudulent activity relating…

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