Concerned by the article “Frauds worth £12bn go unreported, says report” (https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11480715/Frauds-worth-12bn-go-unreported-says-report.html) by David Barrett published in The Telegraph on 19 March 2015, the private investigators at Private Detective Stockport give tips to fight fraud.
The article by David Barrett published in The Telegraph on 19 March 2015: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11480715/Frauds-worth-12bn-go-unreported-says-report.html, talks about the scale of crime in Britain. The article mentions how more than eighty-five per cent of the crimes in Britain goes uninformed. The details being ignored all these years regarding these crimes have finally been disclosed by concerned officers and authority figures. More than a million crimes have been committed in the country over the past year resulting in a financial loss of more than ten billion pounds, altogether. Several of these crimes were to be carried out over the internet. These crimes have been easy for the criminals because of the technological ignorance of several individuals. Large businesses and renowned firms have incurred major financial losses due to the online crimes being committed. Large sums of people can be targeted and robbed, while criminals sit right at home. Through hacking facilities, the databases and personal email and bank accounts of the victims are broken up to gain illegal access. This results in the criminal sending off and receiving unauthorized payments without even bringing the matter under the radar of the official owner. Though several individuals feel nothing can be done to prevent online fraud on such a grand scale, the police have also greatly been ignoring the matter given the lack of excitement.
Responding to the article published in The Telegraph, the private investigators at Private Detective Stockport (https://privatedetective-stockport.co.uk) provide the clients with the best and most efficient ways to tackle fraud at such a grand scale. The experts talk about surveillance cameras within an office environment coupled with bugging important devices that are used to make transactions and approve payments. This makes it easier for the database itself to notify the official user on a separate window regarding a payment or transaction in process. If it is an unauthorized one, the individual can immediately put an end to and even trace the location from where the transaction was conducted. This gives the private investigators and the police an upper hand, supplying all required details of the felon.
The Chief Investigator at Private Detective Stockport (https://privatedetective-stockport.co.uk) stresses the increasing number of online frauds and the importance of putting an end to such frauds. The investigator says “There is no limit to how far a felon can take hacking an account and getting access to a database. They can authorize payments worth more than a million pounds without even notifying the victim long after the crime has been committed. Our job is to ensure none of this happens and we use the finest gadgets to do so.” The investigator can be reached (email@example.com) through the company’s phone number (0161 297 0159).