Procurement swindle in the post

11 March 2009
Here’s a new twist on procurement fraud: phoney procurement letters. Mailboxes in the US are apparently getting letters claiming the recipient is a prospective contractor but implying that any business can’t go ahead until financial information – that is bank name and account number - is submitted. Sound familiar? During tough economic times, it seems con artists are turning to procurement as a way to swindle money from businesses.
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