Banking fraud is a broad term that covers a wide range of fraudulent activities. These include, but are not limited to:
- Bank account fraud
- False accounting fraud
- Bank card fraud
- Credit Card fraud
- Cheque fraud
- Cash point fraud
- Using PIN entry devices
- Mandate fraud
The rise of internet banking has led to an increase in credit card fraud and ‘phishing’, which is the act of stealing financial information by fraudulent means. This could be through an email or instant message, claiming to be from your bank, building society or other trusted institution.
What to do if you’ve been accused of banking fraud
If you’ve been accused of banking fraud, chances are you’ll be feeling distressed. Even if you’ve not done anything wrong, it’s vital that you seek legal advice from a professional. Contact
DPP Law today and a member of our dedicated team will be in touch.