Kerry Nelson: More needs to be done to stop scammers and fraudsters

FCA offers response to column

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Kerry Nelson: "While we know that regulators are not ignoring the problem, we need more than speeches and informal initiatives."
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Kerry Nelson: "While we know that regulators are not ignoring the problem, we need more than speeches and informal initiatives."

The coronavirus crisis has offered up a big opportunity to fraudsters, writes Kerry Nelson, who sets out why more needs to be done to combat scammers

The scammers and fraudsters are determined not to waste a good crisis to the detriment of everyone else. Reports suggest their activities have increased during the lockdown, almost as if the last few...

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