Fraudsters are good at abusing the trust of others and exploiting it for their own personal, or to be more specific, financial, gain.
(PRWEB UK) 27 January 2014
The Telegraph article dated 16th Jan 2014: 10 scams to watch out for in 2014, advises that, if you are on the hunt for Rugby World Cup tickets or receive a suspicious email from Royal Mail, beware. They involve two of many common financial scams that have the simple aim of separating you from your money, regardless of the distress it may cause.
The Telegraph article goes on to say that many scams are old tricks – but updated with new twists or technology. Other cons have emerged in response to better detection and policing. Financial Fraud Action UK says fraudsters are targeting consumers directly through ''deception'' crimes – where they try to dupe people into parting with information – because the security features on payment cards have improved.
In the Telegraph article dated 16th Jan 2014, fans are being advised to purchase tickets and packages only from the official Rugby World Cup 2015 site, rather than secondary agents. The article suggests that if tickets are not bought through the official channels there could be fraudulent activity. Other scams include vishing, in which a swindler calls a consumer pretending to be either their bank or the police, and says that the consumer's card has been compromised, persuading the victim to transfer funds, withdraw money or reveal security information, graphene scam, PBX phone fraud, auction sites, phishing and others.
Detective Agency Glasgow (http://www.detectiveagency-glasgow.co.uk) agrees with the points made in the article by The Telegraph, and urges the people to be more cautious and aware of a growing number of fraudsters and scammers, which are much closer and more common than you might think.
Chief Investigator Clare Wright says:
“Fraudsters are good at abusing the trust of others and exploiting it for their own personal, or to be more specific, financial, gain. There is not much our agency can do in terms of prevention of such frauds, except raise the level of awareness among our potential clients.”
When the unfortunate happens, becoming a victim of some sort of scam, Detective Agency Glasgow is here to help with skilled and versatile private detectives. Investigators will do everything to locate the frauds and bring them to justice, and hopefully get the money back. Detective Agency Glasgow employs several strategies in location of the fraudsters, such as surveillance, tracking, asset tracing, and many more. Time is of the essence, and calling on time maximizes the chances of catching the criminals.
Commenting on the subject Clare Wright, chief investigator at Detective Agency Glasgow expresses concern with the growing number of fraudsters and scammers in all areas of life, which have gotten very skillful and downright ingenious in some cases, and they often use high technology to achieve their goal. But, most of all, they are good at manipulating people. Detective Agency Glasgow is here to help, and to bring criminals to justice contact Clare Wright on. 0141 374 2018 or at clare(dot)wright(at)detectiveagency-glasgow(dot)co(dot)uk or visit her at
Detective Agency Glasgow
38 Queen Street
Glasgow, G1 3DX