Re: Report dangerous driving Audi NA66 OTC
Posted by Penguin68
October 15, 12:13PM
That's a pity as police should use reports such as this to built up a picture of what is happening
I wholly agree. This sort of crime (cyber crime and fraud) are reported to a unit in the City of London Police, who are meant to analyse them and them send them out to local forces - but of course these have virtually no fraud or cyber crime experts on them. Banks avoid response where they can and ty to place blame on their own customers to avoid liability. Famously they use 'data protection' to avoid giving details of the accounts to which funds have been siphoned. Apparently there is so much of this that police resources are overwhelmed, to the extent that they no longer really bother.
Elsewhere on this (or another) thread I have recounted the lack of police follow-up when provided with photos and car details of burglars in an incident local to me. Not enough was stolen for them to bother, as far as I can judge. If you kick someone's door in and then fail to make a suitable haul, well, we're so sorry and better luck next time, eh lads?