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UK debit & credit cards: fraud losses at cash machines 2003-2018

Value of annual fraud losses at cash machines in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2003 to 2018 (in million GBP)

by James Cherowbrier, last edited Jul 12, 2019
UK debit & credit cards: fraud losses at cash machines 2003-2018 This statistic illustrates the annual value of fraud losses at cash machines in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2003 to 2018. Fraud losses at cash machines includes both fraud that takes place at cash machines on stolen cards or where a card account has been taken over by a fraudster, in all cases the fraudster would need the PIN number. The three methods used to commit fraud at cash machines are through card-trapping devices, by skimming, or by shoulder surfing. It can be seen that the highest value of fraud losses at cash machines was found in 2004, when losses amounting to 74.6 million British pounds were recorded, while in 2018, the value amounted to 32.6 million British pounds.
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by James Cherowbrier, last edited Jul 12, 2019
This statistic illustrates the annual value of fraud losses at cash machines in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2003 to 2018. Fraud losses at cash machines includes both fraud that takes place at cash machines on stolen cards or where a card account has been taken over by a fraudster, in all cases the fraudster would need the PIN number. The three methods used to commit fraud at cash machines are through card-trapping devices, by skimming, or by shoulder surfing. It can be seen that the highest value of fraud losses at cash machines was found in 2004, when losses amounting to 74.6 million British pounds were recorded, while in 2018, the value amounted to 32.6 million British pounds.
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