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Gardaí warn of coronavirus phishing scams

Gardaí have warned of an increased number of phishing scams in recent days related to the Covid-19 crisis.

Gardaí warn of fake ‘movie money’ euro notes in circulation

The Gardaí and the Revenue Commissioners have issued a joint warning of a large amount of novelty Euro notes in circulation.

Man charged with almost €40,000 worth of welfare fraud

A man has been accused of earning almost €40,000 from social welfare fraud over the course of two years.

Gardaí warn of online ‘romance fraud’ this Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air as Valentine's Day comes around once again, but Gardaí are cautioning people to be wary of...

Man ordered to repay €20,500 in social welfare fraud case or face three and half years in jail

A man convicted of social welfare fraud was ordered to repay the outstanding balance of what he defrauded from the government or face a...

Revenue warns of new email and text scam going around

The Revenue Commission has issued a warning over a new scam looking for people's personal details in fraudulent emails and texts. Scam emails and texts...

Brothers jailed for scheme to steal over €200,000 from elderly woman

Two brothers who led a scheme to steal over €200,000 from a vulnerable elderly woman have been jailed. Thomas and Michael Coen, of Corrib Park,...

Revenue issues warning of scam emails and texts

The Revenue Commission has issued a fresh warning to people to be wary of scam emails and texts pretending to be from them. The Commission...

Fraudulent motor insurance claims are way down in Galway this year

The Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland is confident that measures they've introduced to combat fraudulent claims are having a big impact, with claims made...

Supermac’s ‘shocked’ at forged letters of support for motorway plaza

Supermac's has said that it is "shocked" that many letters of support for its motorway plaza submitted to Clare county council seem to have...

Renmore man defrauded woman of thousands meant for home improvements

A Renmore man appeared before the District Court for defrauding a woman of €4,200 for home improvements that never happened. Stephen Kelly (41), of 3...
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