Fraud

Fraud avoidance: Arun Chauhan, founder of Tenet Compliance & Litigation, addresses delegates at the MA500 meeting in Bath

How the wrong pub culture can put you at high risk of fraud

By Arun Chauhan

Pub landlords and owners (from large groups to single sites) need to engage differently with their teams to ensure they’re highly engaged and motivated, leading to a positive working culture.
Arun Chauhan, founder of Tenet Compliance & Litigation...

Scammed: pubs in Bristol and Bath are being targeted

Crime

Pubs targeted by advertising scam

By Nikkie Sutton

Licensees are urging other pubs to remain vigilant following reports that a scam artist is targeting pubs in the Bristol and Bath area.

Scam: Beware of the bogus surveyor

Crime

Scam: Beware of the bogus surveyor

By Emily Sutherland

Licensees have been warned to be on their guard against a convincing phone scam by a man claiming to be a business rates surveyor.

Food fraud is a growing and serious threat to all food businesses, experts have warned

Food Safety

Britain’s fruit and veg supplies ‘overlapped by drug cartels’

By Nicholas Robinson

The countries supplying Britain's fresh fruit and vegetables are overlapped by drug-smuggling gangs, an expert in the field has revealed, following warnings that operators may have long-since been at risk of many types of food fraud.

Food crime and fraud will affect pubs, say experts

Food Safety

Food fraud ‘very real danger to pubs’

By Nicholas Robinson

Food fraud and crime are very real and growing dangers to operators serving food, who should have strong preventative systems in place, a group of experts in the field have warned.

Counterfeit drinks: Are they poison?

Advice: counterfeit food and drink

By Andrew Don

An offer that is too good to be true usually is, says Andrew Don, who has investigated the scourge of counterfeit food and drinks.

Beer tax fraud group descends on Dover

Beer tax fraud group descends on Dover

By Michelle Perrett

Four members of a tax fraud investigation group have spent a day in Dover meeting frontline officers from the UK’s Border Force, which is responsible for monitoring and intercepting smuggled goods.