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Most prisoners will be released into a foreign digital world, a world that has changed by leaps and bounds in the years they spent ‘inside’, and the prison system does nothing to prepare them for that.Would you help someone in prison understand the new world we live in?If the scam had not been stopped it could have reaped more than £10,260,525.CSSC events manager Adedamola Oyebode, 30, stole membership lists and passed them on to her brothers-in-law Oluwatobe Emmanuel Odeyemi, 34, and Oluwagbenga Stephen Odeyemi, 39, who ran the fraud with Kayode Sanni, 38.

Here's one which should have everyone unite with one voice: When rapists are convicted in the UK, do you think their jail terms are long enough? (Personally I think they aught to have their knackers chopped off)My reason for this thread is a personal one.

Further investigation revealed the fraudsters had used the details to create false identities, buy online insurance and open false bank accounts to receive the cash.

The profits of the scam were then transferred out into either their own accounts or through Western Union facilities set up by Sanni and Emmanuel Odeyemi.

A further £2.4 million in tax credits claimed by the fraudsters was paid before we could stop the crime group and prevent further fraud.'Tax Credits are paid to some of the most vulnerable people in our society.

We have to strike a balance between making it easy for people to receive what is due, and having procedures in place to identify and stop fraudulent claims.

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