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This type of fraud increased by 71% in the first half of the year.Bank refunds are currently subject to a voluntary code, which consumer groups argue is a lottery for scam victims.Regulators will force 14 major UK banking groups to publish information about fraudulent reimbursement.A total of £355 million was lost in so-called Authorized Push Payment (APP) fraud cases in the first half of the year. Victims pay fraudsters they believe are real organizations, such as banks, police or lawyers.

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These scams accounted for £754 million lost to fraud during the same period.Banks have interpreted the voluntary code differently. This means that some victims will get their money back while others. not received in seemingly similar situations.Customers are not yet aware of the frequency of lawsuits involving their own banks. and the proportion of victims receiving rebates from their banks.

Under the plan, which is in consultation until January. Laws will change to ensure victims get their money back.The payment system regulator also said large banks and construction associations would need to publish information about the APP scam, including reimbursement levels for victims.They will include AIB Group (UK), Bank of Scotland, Barclays, Clydesdale Bank, the Co-operative Bank, HSBC, Lloyds, Metro Bank, Monzo, NatWest/RBS, Nationwide Building Society, Northern Bank, Santander, Starling Bank, TSB, Ulster Bank and Virgin Money

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