Fraudsters have compiled a database of nearly 200,000 people - with an average age of 74 - on so-called "suckers lists".
The potential victims have been identified by trading standards teams investigating fraudulent mail, the BBC reports. Nearly 11,000 of them have lost money already, being tricked out of an average of...
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