While in their early stages, AI-generated voice scams seem to be a new area of focus for fraudsters looking to dupe victims. Our Director of Client Relations, Roger Bescoby, gave advice to an individual in the Financial Times who found themself victim to such a scam.
We've launched a new screening division, Conflict International Screening. Featured in UK Tech News, the division offers screening services spanning social media, pre-employment and remote working checks, as well as further tailored checks for international employees, financial sector checks (SMRC) and government baseline personnel screenings (BPSS).
The recent Supreme Court judgment in Philipps v Barclays is actually predicted to open the door to fraud, writes an article in The Times. Our CEO, Mike LaCorte, has been featured in an article for the publication, explaining why the argument around reimbursement is missing the point and why energies
Today's judgment in Philipps v Barclays find that British banks can't be held responsible for fraudulent transactions if authorised by the consumer. Our CEO, Mike LaCorte, was featured in City A.M. and Bloomberg following the judgment, highlighting that while a relief to the banking sector, APP fraud remains a huge
The Private Investigation sector is increasingly busy as threats from cyberhacks, corrupt staff and ex-spouses continue to cause chaos for HNWI and their advisers. Our CEO, Mike LaCorte, spoke to WealthBriefing to discuss current trends in the sector and why we are calling for better regulation.
Discovering an employee is not who they say they are, or has damning social media posts online, can be detrimental to business reputation. Writing for HRreview, Our Director of Compliance and Development, Roger Bescoby, highlights why pre-employment checks are now essential due diligence for businesses and highlights how a Private
Corporates might feel uneasy at the prospect of hiring a private investigator, but leaning on the private sector is actually one of the best tools corporates can use to fight fraud and recoup lost assets. Writing for Business Reporter, our CEO, Mike LaCorte, outlines the benefits to firms of instructing a
Some sectors are more vulnerable to fraud than others and protecting customers in these highly regulated industries is vital. Speaking to The Times Raconteur, our CEO, Mike LaCorte, highlights the real risk of data theft to these industries. He explains that it is not only the initial asset theft that
What happens when you've paid a fraudulent invoice? It's more common than you might think, explains our CEO, Mike LaCorte, in answer to a query in Financial Times. Following fraud, there are multiple steps you should take to alert your bank and maximise your chances of getting the funds back. Ultimately,
As fraudsters evolve, individuals investing in cryptocurrency must be wary and do their due diligence to stay one step ahead. Writing for City A.M., Head of Corporate Development and Compliance, Mehmet Goksen, outlines the necessary due diligence that investors need to undertake when investing in risky crypto assets.