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    BA Rendement 2021-10

    Avoid becoming the victim of fraud when investing or buying shares

    Losing money due to a wrong investment It could happen to you: someone approaches you with the question of whether you would like to invest or buy shares? The financial return looks promising, so you decide to accept the offer. Unfortunately, however, nothing is as it seems and the people you partnered up with walk away with your money. Remember: forewarned is forearmed, so read up on the signs of investment fraud. In both 2019 and 2020, investment fraud constituted the majority of financial damage reported to Fraudehelpdesk, the Dutch National Anti-Fraud Hotline. Identity fraud took second place and advance fee fraud – also known as 419 fraud – third place. Last year, a total of over € 13 million was stolen through investment fraud. (...)

    Banks permitted to share data of fraudsters

    The Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP) has given over 160 banks and financial institutions permission to register data of fraudulent individuals and organizations in the Incidentenwaarschuwingssysteem Financiële Instellingen, the incident warning system for financial institutions. Through this system, banks can warn each other, thereby averting any (further) incidents. They can also check whether or not (potential) clients or (ex-)employees have committed fraud before and thus prevent them from doing so again. Of course, strict protocol (...)