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The website on Nov. 23.

A global “spoofing shop” which scammed victims out of tens of millions of pounds has been thwarted by international law enforcement agencies.
London’s Metropolitan Police Service said Thursday it had shut down fraud website iSpoof and made more than 100 UK arrests in connection with the case. The Met worked in coordination with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Europol and Dutch authorities to make the arrests. 


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