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fraudster

(ˈfrɔːdstə)
n
a swindler
Translations

fraudster

[ˈfrɔːdstəʳ] Ndefraudador(a) m/f

fraudster

[ˈfrɔːdstər] n (mainly British)fraudeur/euse m/f
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Fraudsters usually attempt to keep the victim on the phone for hours at a time until the payment is received.
Fraudsters are always looking for new ways to scam the public.
FRAUDSTERS are offering fake government grants to con people out of thousands of pounds.
South Africa-based First National Bank has warned about a new online banking scam that allows fraudsters to take control over user PCs.
The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud estimates that insurance fraudsters steal at least $80 billion worth of insurance payouts every year.
This inter-provincial gang of 3 fraudsters has been arrested by the police.
"The sophistication of the fraudsters, the expansion of criminal rings, heightened security in other channels, and the amount of information available on the dark web is making the call center the easiest fraud target in virtually every industry," Vijay Balasubramaniyan, CEO and co-founder of Pindrop, said.
ACTION Fraud reported a sharp increase in fraudsters pretending to sell flying drones online.
Technology was found to be a significant enabler for nearly a quarter of the 750 fraudsters investigated by forensic specialists across 78 countries, shows a new report by KPMG International.
'Global Profiles of a Fraudster' also reveals technology was found to be a significant enabler for a quarter (24 per cent) of the 750 fraudsters investigated by forensic specialists across 78 countries.
Fraudsters are becoming more sophisticated as they extend their talons across more customer channels and touch points.