Fraud & Scams Are So Big We Need To Teach It In Schools
An Editorial About The Need To Share Anti-Fraud Information With Children!
• Yaniv Hanoch, Professor in Decision Science, University of Southampton
• Stacey Wood, Professor of Psychology, Scripps College
The growing prevalence of fraud demands a critical shift in education, urging the inclusion of anti-fraud teachings in school curricula. With fraud cases rising by 25% in the UK alone, encompassing over 40% of individual crimes, the traditional view of fraud as an issue solely affecting the gullible or vulnerable is outdated.