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Fraudsters are most likely to be 'impulsive, well-educated and over 40'

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Reports on research by Mark Button and Claire Nee showing that people who commit fraud are more likely to be well-educated, sociable and in their 40s. 

Period17 Oct 2015 → 18 Oct 2015

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TitleHow to spot a criminal mastermind: Fraudsters are more likely to be well-educated, sociable and in their 40s
Media name/outletMail Online
Media typeWeb
Date18/10/15
Producer/AuthorKatie Louise Davies
URLwww.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3278158/Criminal-masterminds-breed-away-crooks-share-similar-personality-traits-new-study-revealed.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
PersonsMark Button, Claire Nee
TitleFraudsters are most likely to be 'impulsive, well-educated and over 40'
Media name/outletIndependent
Media typeWeb
Date17/10/15
Producer/AuthorPaul Peachey
URLwww.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/fraudsters-are-most-likely-to-be-impulsive-well-educated-and-over-40-a6698401.html
PersonsMark Button, Claire Nee

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