Since the introduction of the EU’s Roam Like at Home (RLAH) roaming rules on 15th
June 2016, we have been witnessing a gradual change in the destinations being used byfraudsters to perpetrate the most lucrative of frauds: International Revenue Share Fraud (IRSF).
Historically, the same countries would usually appear in the top 10 terminating destinations, most prized byfraudsters owing to the high pay-outs associated with their call termination rates however since RLAH, there is evidence that the focus has progressively been shifting from high-risk to “low risk”destinations, mainly in the EU. It is therefore likely that these new low-risk destinations (eg. Portugal,Greece) are being targeted to exploit the new EU roaming regulations.
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