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“This does not represent a new situation. We had seen bre포항안마 포항출장안마aches before, but this was unprecedented,” said the head of the UK police and crime commissioners, Mark Rowley. “We will not tolerate any breaches of our database.”
He said the fraud involved companies based in the Philippines, although it is believed it is still not clear who was behind the operation.
He said the government was now working to identify and prosecute the operators of the offending companies, as it worked “to protect people from the risks posed by people making ill-informed decisions.”
A senior investigation officer with the fraud a로투스 홀짝nd insurance regulator the FSA, which has been leading the campaign to help fix the database, said it was now investigating the situation.
“All of our investigations are continuing, so the specific cases are ongoing and will only be resolved when we fully understand the facts and how they affect the public’s confidence in the integrity of our financial system and in the integrity of our fraud detection capability,” said the officer, who requested anonymity as he is not authorised to speak to the media.
A spokesman for the commission’s crown prosecutor said: “The investigation continues to identify persons and organisations who have engaged in criminal activity using and/or misusing the fraud and insurance database.”
A spokeswoman for the UK regulator the Financial Conduct Authority said: “It’s wrong that the risk of making a purchase on a dodgy website is not protected by the consumer protection system. We take fraud particularly seriously and take this threat seriously, as the vast majority of people who go to the fraud and insurance website are not victims.”
The co충주출장마사지mpany whose systems were abused by the men is an unnamed company from the Philippines.
The FSA said in November it had received 38 complaints about fraudulent information being posted on the online fraud page. Two were connected to the fake NHS site.
Other UK companies that were abused by the men were the Hushmoney service, who provided an online insurance brokerage service; and a company that sells a mobile banking application called Blackcard.