Byline: NIGEL THOMPSON Stay safe from holiday booking scams with a campaign launched by travel association Abta in conjunction with the City of London Police's National Fraud Intelligence Bureau.
What does FIB stand for?
FIB stands for Fraud Intelligence Bureau (UK)
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We have 83 other meanings of FIB in our Acronym Attic
- Fishing-in-Balance Index (marine ecosystems)
- Flight Information Bulletin
- Flume Ille Badminton (French badminton club)
- Flying Inflatable Boat
- Focused Ion Beam
- Forward Indicator Bit (SS7 MTP Layer 2)
- Forwarding Information Base
- Forwarding Information Block
- Foundation for Internet Begging
- Frame Insertion Board
- Frequency-Invariant Beamformer
- Freshwater Invertebrate Biology (journal)
- Friendly Illinois Brethren/Buddy (polite form of a derogatory nickname for Illinois residents in Wisconsin)
- Focused-Ion-Beam Scanning Electron Microscopy
- Federación Internacional de Basquet Asociado (Spanish: International Basketball Federation Associate)
- Fédération des Industries du Bois d'Aquitaine (French industry federation)
- Fédération Internationale de Basketball (International Basketball Federation)
- Fédération Internationale de Boxe Amateur
- Federation of International Basketball Associations
- Fellow of the Institute of Business Advisers
Samples in periodicals archive:
The list, compiled by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) team based at City of London Police, aims to keep criminals from committing "12 frauds of Christmas.
The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau affirms that bogus collections are carried out by organised criminals, with links to money laundering, human trafficking and serious violent offences.
The emails will go to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau run by the City of London Police.
The figures, compiled for the first UK ID Crime Statistic Threat Assessment in conjunction with the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, do not include losses as a result of people using fictitious identities.
Evidence of the fraud emerged through 265 complaints by victims examined by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau.
At the same time it gives law enforcement and counter-fraud agencies better information to target fraudsters, better protect the public and bring criminals to justice, by providing vital information to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB).
The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau revealed it is finding "increasing evidence of organised crime gangs targeting bags of secondhand clothes left out on pavements for charities to collect".