Explainer: How fraudsters exploited the ‘scamdemic’ - The Agenda
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Despite how quickly Covid lockdowns changed our lives, criminals seemed to have no problem keeping up. As families and businesses struggled, they quickly capitalised on the pandemic by adjusting their fraudulent activity to fit our changing lifestyles.
Just how big a problem is fraud in a post-pandemic world? The Agenda’s Stephen Cole explains.
ALSO ON THE AGENDA:
Tony Sales describes his journey from conman to consultant and how he’s now helping to fight back against the future versions of his former self.
Professor Mark Button explains the types of fraud that have flourished since the pandemic.
Dr Elisabeth Carter reveals the hidden tactics used by romance fraudsters.
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