Not a victimless crime: The impact of fraud on individual victims and their families

@article{Button2014NotAV,
  title={Not a victimless crime: The impact of fraud on individual victims and their families},
  author={Mark E. Button and Chris Lewis and Jacki Tapley},
  journal={Security Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={27},
  pages={36-54}
}
This article uses data from the largest study of fraud victims in England Wales to date to explore the impact of fraud on victims. Thirty face-to-face interviews and nearly 800 telephone interviews were conducted with fraud victims and family members. Basic demographic data on the profile of victims is provided and compared with victims of other crimes. More comprehensive data are also given relating to the impact of fraud, highlighting financial hardship, broken relationships, psychological… CONTINUE READING

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