"Secrets of the Scammers, documentary, crime, traditional, britain, footage, police, london, scam baiter, problem, population, combat, dedicated, inves"03 January 2014Factual41 mins
Documentary investigating the ways in which people can be tricked and conned, from traditional street scams such as the three-cup trick to sophisticated online computer fraud that costs Britain an estimated £3.5billion a year. Footage of police units targeting criminals on London's streets and the activities of dedicated `scam-baiters', who try to deter would-be perpetrators, help shed light on the measures taken to combat a problem thought to affect half the population.
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