Private Detective Bournemouth Discuss Ways to Monitor and Control Email

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According to the article by Sophie Christie, published in The Telegraph on 26 November 2014: (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/11253194/Motorists-targeted-by-new-DVLA-scam-emails.html) there is an alarming rise in the level of scams that target motorists, tricking them to give their personal information to complete strangers. Fraudulent emails claiming to be from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) are sent to motorists incorporating an online link which scammers use to gain access to the car users' bank information. The DVLA reported to being aware of the scamming emails, adding that the agency had "not sent out an email asking customers to update or verify their details." The series of motorist frauds is expected to spike over the coming year, as scammers hope to capitalise off the drivers' lack of knowledge. In 2015, the DVLA will continue the digitisation of motorists' records and paper licenses will be officially terminated. A source at the DVLA reported "Those who have an old style paper driving licence issued before the photocard was introduced in 1998, this change won't affect you, and you should keep your licence." However motorists should remember to renew invalid licenses, otherwise they could be charged a £1,000 fine. Last month, the DVLA substituted the paper tax disc for an automated system. It has been reported that similar DVLA-fronted scams arose when the changes to tax discs were made, the fraudsters taking advantage of any changes the DVLA makes to scam off motorists' lack of awareness.

Concerned by the article published in The Telegraph, Private Detective Bournemouth (http://privatedetective-bournemouth.co.uk) spoke up about the urgent need to control scams such as the case of fraudulent emails ripping off unsuspecting motorists. The detectives at Bournemouth can help in multiple ways. The team of investigators are skilled at handling all sorts of fraud cases and are in the best position to help victims of fraud such as the email rip-offs described in the article. The private investigators have undergone years of thorough and expert training, and their experience comes in handy when tackling large-scale scam cases. Detectives at Bournemouth are both professional and friendly, which helps to put distressed clients at ease. The detectives are also very discreet and subtle, thereby gaining people's trust when confiding confidential and sensitive details. Clients in need can easily contact the investigative agency and set up a meeting at a convenient time.

Chief Investigator at Private Detective Bournemouth, Victor Wilson, has publicised the immediate need for people to contact private investigation services in case of fraud. Wilson said, "If we do nothing about the distressing email scams that have been overtaking our society, the fraudsters will simply pick up more courage and the rate of fraud will spike to alarming levels. Private Detective Bournemouth (http://privatedetective-bournemouth.co.uk) is ready to help you in any way possible to put a stop to fraud and deliver the justice that victims deserve." Detective Wilson can be reached through email (v.wilson@privatedetective-bournemouth.co.uk) as well as telephone (01202 287 012).

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