An announcement from Tynecastle confirmed the Edinburgh club had been hit.

The SPFL cautioned clubs in August to protect against online fraud, after Annan unsuccessful to get an £18,000 payment in the league in the finish of last season.

SPFL leader Neil Doncaster stated: “Hamilton Academical have informed us they have been the victim of the sophisticated financial fraud which Police Scotland are transporting out an analysis.

Another Scottish Premiership club has confirmed it had been the prospective of the internet fraud.

“The problem has become a part of an energetic police analysis and for that reason no further comment is going to be made.”

The Scottish football government bodies have stated the problem facing Hamilton is “seriousInch for that club.

A Police Scotland spokeswoman stated: “We are able to confirm a complaint continues to be received regarding a fraud and officials are presently transporting out queries into this trouble.Inch

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