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Illegal data farm found in Liverpool

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has raided a business in Liverpool over suspected data trafficking, the acquisition, and sale of illegally obtained personal data.

The business is thought to have carried out high volumes of data farming, known as vishing or voice phishing to obtain personal data of motor accident victims to sell onto solicitors for personal injury claims.

Vishing is a form of fraud conducted via the telephone, where a third party will attempt to obtain private, personal and financial information.  Often callers pose as policyholders, claimants or other companies in a position of trust.

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