Biggest ever cyber scammers stole £113m by calling people pretending to be from their BANK - and bought Bentleys, Porsches, Lamborghinis and used cash crammed into bin bags to shop in luxury stores
Feezan Hameed (pictured, top right) and his gang scammed £113million from UK firms using so-called 'vishing' techniques, where victims are called and believe they are talking to their bank.
As well as his mansion in Lahore, Hameed, 25, spent the millions he made on jewellery, trips to Dubai and shopping sprees in Harrods. Nicknamed 'Fizzy', the Glasgow-based criminal owned a fleet of luxury cars (top, centre) including a Bentley and a Lamborghini (bottom, centre). The scam was on such a large scale that 16 police forces were involved in the investigation, which uncovered huge amounts of cash (left). Among them were glamorous sisters Emma (right, bottom), 23, and Amy (right, centre), 24, Daramola, who were his insiders working at Lloyds bank.