Fraudsters tap in to Royal Mail services



Fraudsters are sending letters using Royal Mail branding to elderly Britons under its bulk mail contracts, according to an undercover investigation by The Daily Mail.
The newspaper claimed that the postal service are failing to crack down on the scam, despite being warned repeatedly for more than a decade.
The elderly victims, targeted by a self-proclaimed "mafia" who swap "suckers lists" of people, are said to lose billions each year in postal scams.
It is thought scammers pay a company to print their letters in bulk, which are taken to the UK, and firms provide the... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 30
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