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2 reviews
London, LND WC1X, GB

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cuntf
1 review
2 helpful votes
8/3/17

First of all you'd are all dumb as hell for getting scammed and cry about it because you'd are soooooo dumb and want to blame someone else, second action fraud is a reporting centre who's employees are civilians not mi5 you retards, they don't hunt the criminal down they litirally tell u that all they do is take a report but seeing that yous all don't have a brain cell between you hence the Reason why you have been scammed (hahahaha) you'd would understand that

Yours truly

Your dad sells Avon

keythr
225 reviews
929 helpful votes
2/23/11

Action Fraud (http://www.actionfraud.org.uk ) is the UK's national fraud reporting centre. The service is run by the National Fraud Authority the UK government agency that helps to co-ordinate the fight against fraud in the UK.

It provides a central point of contact for information about fraud.

The online fraud reporting service is available 24 hours a day, enabling you to report a fraud and find help and support. Action Fraud can also provide help and advice over the phone through the Action Fraud contact centre. You can talk to our fraud specialists by calling 0300 123 2040.

The web page offers fraud and scam victims
A) A place to report the offence
B) Support, information and links
C) Advice on protection in the future
D) News and warnings about current scams in the UK

This website is the second place to go, immediately after your bank and credit card companies, if you are based in the UK and have been scammed.

Help chase the scammers down make your complaint official!

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It is said "citizens don't have the right to take the law into their own hands". What's the alternative? If the scroundels at action fraud will not deal with rported crimes then citizens should have the ability to deal with wrong doers themselves. You cannot have it both ways!!! It seems rioting is the only way to get grievances aired!!!

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The chances of any fraud resulting in a criminal conviction is 1 in 500, that came from Proffesor Marc Button,. The police are skint, not only do the fraudster get away with the monies, they statistically have a very very slim chance of getting criminally prosecuted. So every 10000 frauds reported only 20 end up with a conviction, the polices cant say " you have no chance at all" they create a illusion called " action fraud" this makes the people think " fraud" is taken seriously. Insolvency agency, companies house " good 5 billion fraud every year by abuse of the system" intelligence service, trading standards in regard to fraud by non CE devices being placed on the market. In short when you report fraud " it's pass the buck" I'm sorry to be so blunt, you can try the civil route " I know spend more money to get money back" My advice don't contact any one, thevfraud that I knew took place is in the region of 1 billion and " nothing was done"

By Ian d.
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Couldnt agree more useless organization good for nothing I made a complain about flight company based in bradford ethiopian-flight.com and they were there for a week no one did anything.waste of time and effort. I am not gonna bother in future to report anything anymore. They are empowering the criminals by being lazy.Useless people.They should writ off this so called Action fraud if they cant be bothered to investigate.Really upset with them.

By Maddy p.
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