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Undercover: Nailing the Fraudsters season 1

   
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Air weekdate:Wednesday Cast:No information about actors Genre:Documentary Channel:Channel 5 (UK) Status:Continuing

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Undercover: Nailing the Fraudsters season 1 episodes list:

Episode #1: Episode 1 (air date: 2016-09-07)

Paul Connolly delves into the world of fraud. Paul investigates scams involved with transport and travel, from gangs who cause crashes to claim for injuries, to fare dodgers who are part of a problem that costs the nation hundreds of millions of pounds a year.

Episode #2: Episode 2 (air date: 2016-09-14)

Paul Connolly delves into the world of fraud. Paul and his team go undercover to expose the illegal unprescribed drugs trade. They find fake Valium that is much stronger than the recommended guidelines, and counterfeit cancer medication that could kill. Paul also visits the government's contraband drug warehouse.

Episode #3: Episode 3 (air date: 2016-09-21)

Paul Connolly delves into the world of fraud. The team goes undercover to expose the growing problem of dodgy landlords committing benefit fraud. It is costing the UK a fortune, as these fraudsters earn cash renting out rooms and failing to declare it to the benefits office.

Episode #4: Episode 4 (air date: 2016-09-28)

Paul Connolly delves into the world of fraud, exposing fake death certificates that are obtained to cash in lucrative life insurance policies, as well as a case in which a man pretended to be in a coma to avoid conviction.

Episode #5: Episode 5 (air date: 2016-10-05)

Paul Connolly investigates the world of dodgy claims management companies, uncovering a scam where so-called professionals misdiagnose hearing loss in a bid to receive payouts in the thousands.

Episode #6: Episode 6 (air date: 2016-10-12)

Paul Connolly investigates the world of identity theft, using a fake ID to open a bank account, recounting the case of a man who murdered his friend after taking out a life insurance policy on him, and looking at the growing problem of driving test impersonators.

   

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