Fraud Offences

Our expert fraud solicitors can assist with the following offences.

VAT Offences

Any prosecution for VAT offences by the HMRC is executed with a mind to gain a conviction and claw back their missing funds.

Obtaining property by Deception

Obtaining property by deception is the act of obtaining the property of somebody using deceptive words or actions. This offence is covered by the Theft Act 1978.

False Accounting

If there is any reason that investigators suspect your business accounts or other financial information has been altered or purposefully fraudulently adjusted, you may be accused of false accounting fraud.

Conspiracy to Commit Fraud by False Representation

Conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation is an offence where one or more people plan to make a dishonest representation to their advantage or to cause another a loss or to expose them to a risk of loss.

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Conspiracy to Commit Securities Fraud

Conspiracy to commit securities fraud is an offence defined as agreeing with one or more others to be dishonest in an involvement with stocks, investments or other securities.

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Obtaining Services Dishonestly

Obtaining services dishonestly is the act of obtaining services by saying or doing something dishonest, not paying in full for the services and not having had any intention to pay for the services.

Fraud by Abuse of Position

Fraud by abuse of position can be committed in a variety of ways. Abusing workers in the labour force, manipulating the accounting system for your financial gain through the use of IT and making an unlawful financial gain when holding the position of a company director can all qualify as this offence.  

Identity Fraud

Identity fraud is the deliberate use of someone else's identity, usually as a method to gain a financial advantage or obtain credit and other benefits in the other person's name.

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Credit Card Fraud

Credit card fraud is a term used to describe theft and fraud committed using or involving a payment card, such as a credit card or debit card, as a fraudulent source of funds in a transaction.

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Computer Fraud

Computer fraud is a legal term used to describe several methods of obtaining personal information. Examples of this include identity theft, gaining unlawful access to banks, credit card or debit card information or taking over other people’s online accounts to assist with identity theft.

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Bank Fraud

Bank fraud cases may involve cheque fraud, false accounting and cybercrime bank fraud, amongst others.

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Online Fraud

Online Fraud is a broad term encompassing numerous methods of obtaining sensitive personal information.

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