- Victory for vishing victims
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- What is a vishing scam, the likes of which were used in this fraud?
- Can you provide some brief background details to the case?
- What were the relevant sentencing provisions/considerations and how were they applied in this case?
- What are the practical implications and learning points for corporate crime practitioners from this case?
Corporate Crime analysis: On 21 September 2016, nine fraudsters were sentenced for up to seven years each and a total of 27 years for their part in a £113m vishing (voice phishing) scam. Narita Bahra, defence barrister at 2 Hare Court, represented one of the less culpable defendants and explains more.
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