Police to text 70,000 victims in UK's biggest anti-fraud operation

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Police will text 70,000 people to warn them they have been victims of a banking scam in the UK's biggest anti-fraud operation. The Metropolitan Police have arrested an east London man accused of running an international service enabling fake phone calls to victims. Victims lost thousands of pounds, and in one case £3m.
Police to text 70,000 victims in UK's biggest anti-fraud operation
11 days ago·London, United Kingdom

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