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Case study

The one where the
supplier’s payment details were falsified

A number of housing associations have sought advice following having been duped into transferring monies mistakenly to a fraudster posing as a senior executive team member, a contractor or other party due payment.   In one of these cases, the client suffered loss of more than £200,000. 

Advice has been provided to these housing associations to seek recovery monies in relation to those losses, with respect to challenging an insurer that had provided coverage for such loss but then stated the policy would not respond. 

The advice provided in relation to challenging the insurers’ decision to not make payment resulted in partial recovery of the loss by compromising the dispute with the insurer.

  • Case Study
  • Sector
    Housing Associations
  • Service
    Cybercrime and Authorised Push Payments

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