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Dominic Littlewood reveals the extent of people using fake identities in the UK. We follow the UK Border agency as they intercept people with fake identities entering the country, and go inside the high security National Document Fraud Unit. We show how a man with no qualifications operated as a fake dentist, and look at the criminal gangs who are faking driving tests by getting experienced drivers to take the test in return for a payoff, putting hundreds of inexperienced drivers on our roads.
Dominic Littlewood reveals the extent of fake medicines in the UK. We show how easy it is to purchase prescription drugs online without a prescription, and a shocking analysis of the contents of the drugs. We meet the victims of pharmaceutical industry fakes and see the work of the MHRA, the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Authority, as they try and track down the infiltration of fake medicine into the UK, as well as learning about the fake medicines which have found their way into the NHS.
Dominic Littlewood reveals the extent of fakes and counterfeiting affecting motor vehicles. He shows how to spot when a car has a fake identity, and reveals the massive service book scam where fake service histories for cars can be bought online. Victims of both fake car buyer and fake car seller scams tell their stories, and there's a look at the longer braking distances of tyres which look similar to leading brands but are lower-standard copies made in the Far East.
Dominic Littlewood reveals the extent of fake cash and cards in the UK. Officers from the City of London Police Economic Crime Squad find a fake credit card factory, and Robert Matthews, formerly of the Royal Mint, tracks down fake pound coins. We hear from the victims of 'phantom withdrawals', and a Yorkshire town that was hit with a flurry of fake 20 pound notes. Plus, the story of what happened to a woman from Kent when she unwittingly passed fake 100 dollar bills at a Las Vegas casino.
Dominic Littlewood reveals the extent of fake goods in the UK. We investigate the potentially lethal effects of fake electricals from the Far East. There's a look at the fake mini motorcycles that endangered the lives of the children they were bought for, and the case of the company which made a profit by rebranding ordinary food as organic. Plus, customs officials find fake cigarettes and fake vodka on the high street, and a cheap substitute for cod is passed off as the real thing.
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