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The Southern African Fraud Prevention Service wish to advise that the person who presented the false documents has been listed on our systems with more than 64000 others who have tried to commit fraud against our members. In 2008, members of our nonprofit organisation members prevented more than R1,3 billion in fraud through data sharing.
Our members include all major banks, many retailers, telecommunications, micro-lenders and asset finance companies. People need to know that attempts to defraud through false documents and IDs will in the greater number of cases be identified and fraudsters' details filed for our members' benefit.
Pat Cunningham,executive director, SAFPS, Gauteng