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Currently Browsing: Results for Tag "fraud"

SJW comp: Patriotic spring edition

SJW comp: Patriotic spring edition Context, some guy tweeted a question from a middle school history exam.The question is why it would be better to call the PVV (Party For Freedom) the Party for Restricion of Freedom.

G2A Scammer Explains How He Profited Off Stolen Indie Game Keys

G2A Scammer Explains How He Profited Off Stolen Indie Game Keys Our systems are amongst the most robust in the world when it comes to identifying stolen credit cards.So at a hundred fraudulent purchases, that’s $3,000 lost; $30,000 if there are 1000 keys stolen.

Online buyers beware: Rio Olympics 'ideal' for cybercrims

Online buyers beware: Rio Olympics 'ideal' for cybercrims According to security firm ESET, events such as the 2016 Rio Olympics are ideal targets for fraudsters and cybercriminals.“If the first condition is met, you can start looking for websites that offer tickets for the Olympic Games,” says FitzGerald.

Wells Fargo faces $185 million fine for massive fraud and theft scheme, 5,300 employees fired

Wells Fargo faces $185 million fine for massive fraud and theft scheme, 5,300 employees fired For the past five years, thousands of Wells Fargo employees collectively participated in a scam to systemically defraud and abuse its customers.The problems at Wells Fargo are tied to a company culture that values cross-selling products across the entire range of services that the bank offers.

Verizon workers can be fired for repairing copper lines

Verizon workers can be fired for repairing copper lines — about its copper infrastructure.That’s probably why the CWA showed up with documented proof Verizon told its technicians they could be fired if they attempted to repair copper infrastructure.

Fraud Awareness Week: Spread the word, because we're all targets now

Fraud Awareness Week: Spread the word, because we're all targets now This week has been 2016 International Fraud Awareness Week, and now more than ever we can't just sit back and think that it won't happen to us.The 2016 International Fraud Awareness week has some very simple messages - but it requires us as consumers, as businesspeople, as residents trying to make our way - that we don't fall victim to fraud.