Ok. So. We had the fraud police in with the team!
Well, he's not technically police anymore BUT he was! And now he consults for the police all over the world! What a weird turn of events this has been!
Every time I put my grey hat on I find it funny that I'm somewhere in the middle of the good guys (White hatters) and the bad guys (Black hatters) with my perfect for me shade of grey. I live a life where I'm never doing anything REALLY wrong but I am almost always being a tad naughty...........
Well, I'm a good boy these days anyway!
Today's podcast was a really interesting one for me because I was able to see what kind of thing can really annoy a good police officer. Paul and I have chatted in the past about how I would be an awful officer, not because I would be rubbish at the job, more because I would probably slap some idiot who had done something bad to another human being!
Oh and I'm rubbish with paperwork too.
We talk about cases that upset him, cases that he remembers well, how to stop yourself from getting scammed and why you should never believe that the free lunch on offer is actually free.
Paul - Thank you so much for coming on! And to all of the decent, hard working and GOOD police officers out there - Thank you. I for one truly appreciate everything you do (and to my buddy Chris, you're definitely one of the good ones!)
Stolen from the YouTube description:
Paul Smith was a fraud investigator for the British police, but now he travels the world consulting about how to detect and protect against fraud. https://paulsmithconsultancy.com
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