Welcome to Fraud Research



Since 2004 we have tailored our services to the individual requirements of our clients, however complex those requirements may be.

Our highly specialized consultants, are experts in their particular field. We are confident of our ability to provide a swift and productive service to our clients, whether it be in our high success rate in diverse fields of fraud prevention activities, to the uncovering of falsehoods, advising on fraud solutions or fraud awareness training.

Ours is a personal service ensuring that your business enjoys the maximum benefit from our fraud expertise.



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High Street Banks, Specialist Banks, Credit Companies, Research Institutes, Insurance Companies, Local Government, Local Authorities, Charities, etc...

Fraud Defined

The Fraud Act 2006;

came into effect on 15th January 2007. The Act states that a person is guilty of fraud if they are in breach of any of the following:

False Representation;

if someone dishonestly makes a false representation and intends by making the representation to make a gain for themself or another, or to cause loss to another or expose another to risk of loss.

Failing to Disclose;

if someone dishonestly fails to disclose to another person information which they are under a legal duty to disclose and intends, by means of abuse of that position, to make a gain for themself or another, or to cause loss to another or expose another to risk of loss.

Abuse of Position;

if someone occupies a position in which they are expected to safeguard, or not to act against, the financial interests of another person, and they dishonestly abuse that position, and intend, by means of the abuse of that position, to make a gain for themself or another, or to cause loss to another or to expose another to a risk of loss.