Alex Jones and Steph McGovern help a West Midlands family save some much-needed cash.
How can security be improved to stop fraudsters using fake ID to get other people's money?
Could more be done to stop people losing money to scams on social media?
Viewers reveal how they have lost savings after companies targeted their pension pots.
Alex Jones and Steph McGovern help a design-obsessed family in north London.
Featuring a look at the leasehold scandal that has homeowners stuck with unfair charges.
Matt looks at the counterfeit mattresses being sold across the UK.
A look at how fraudsters can make their texts appear to be from a trusted number.
The team investigates why for many the dream of owning a new home has turned sour.
A pet owner tries to encourage a veterinary practice to lie on their claim form.
How does Britain's mobile coverage compare with services elsewhere?
A speeding fine uncovers a major fraud racket.
The team investigate whether Britain's sofas are as fire-resistant as the labels claim.
Two former prison mates hatch a plan to cash in by staging a car accident.
Behind the scenes with the police team cracking down on criminals making fake IDs to order
IFED catch a couple who have been defrauding their medical insurers for over a decade.
The team looks at vitamin companies targeting older people with products they can't afford
Darragh MacIntyre investigates Facebook and its regulation.
Secret filming reveals that a woman claiming she is too injured to work is fit and well.
The team investigate companies that have not stuck to even the most basic of promises.
The Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department bring a gang of fraudsters to justice.
The team unpick the door-to-door mattress scams conning households across the country.
An elaborate crash-for-cash con hits a bump in the road.
The story of a man persuaded to spend his savings on seemingly valuable pieces of art.
Police carry out a number of raids as they hunt for a crash-for-cash suspect.
The team explores the risk people face from hackers.
A driver's attempt to bag a bumper payout by reversing into a van is caught on camera.
The team meets the people who have had thousands of pounds stolen from their bank accounts
An undercover police officer catches a woman planning her husband's murder.
A claimant is caught out when he sends an email from a phone he's claiming has been lost.
Angela asks whether there is any truth in the claims that stress can be good for us.
Secret filming captures the remarkable recovery of a man claiming he can barely walk.
Angela Rippon looks at how to safely achieve necessary levels of vitamin D.
A Soho restaurant owes more than £5,000 for cleaning. But do they have the money to pay?
A thief stealing fraudulently obtained hire cars is flushed out in a sting operation.
Kevin Duala asks whether aloe vera can really live up to the hype.