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Value of annual online banking fraud losses in United Kingdom (UK) from 2010 to 2017 (in million GBP)

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Online banking: Fraud losses in the United Kingdom (UK) 2010-2017 This statistic illustrates the value of losses as a result of online banking fraud in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2010 to 2017. Online banking fraud is the fraudulent act of accessing and/or transferring funds from a person's online banking account for the purpose of financial gain. It can be seen that the annual value of online banking fraud losses fluctuated overall during the period under observation, reaching a value of 121.4 million British pounds as of 2017. The largest value of online banking fraud losses in the UK was found in 2015, when a total annual value of 133.5 million British pounds was recorded.
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This statistic illustrates the value of losses as a result of online banking fraud in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2010 to 2017. Online banking fraud is the fraudulent act of accessing and/or transferring funds from a person's online banking account for the purpose of financial gain. It can be seen that the annual value of online banking fraud losses fluctuated overall during the period under observation, reaching a value of 121.4 million British pounds as of 2017. The largest value of online banking fraud losses in the UK was found in 2015, when a total annual value of 133.5 million British pounds was recorded.
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Release date
March 2018
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
2010 to 2017

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