Email Scam: SURROGATE COURT OVER-DUE PAYMENT RELEASED

This is an email received about “ SURROGATE COURT OVER-DUE PAYMENT RELEASED ” is a phishing scam and why not try to contact these people or log onto these sites and enter your data because you risk being stolen. SURROGATE COURT, 152 GENESEE ST, AUBURN, NY USA (NEW YORK STATE SUPREME COURT) OVER-DUE PAYMENT RELEASED. […]

Financial Fraud: Alex Mgbolu Sentenced To Defraud in an International Mass Marketing Consumer Fraud Scheme

Former Canadian MoneyGram And Western Union Agent Sentenced To 6o Months’ Imprisonment On Fraud And Money Laundering Conspiracy Charges HARRISBURG – The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Alex Mgbolu, age 45, of Toronto, Canada, was sentenced February 23, 2017 to 60 months’ imprisonment by Chief United States District […]

Financial Fraud: SANTIAGO DE LA TORRE Sentenced For Conspiracy to Make False Statements Concerning Highway Projects

Second Manufacturer Of Defective North Carolina Bridge Parts Sentenced to 35 Months In Federal Prison RALEIGH -United States Attorney John Stuart Bruce announced that today in federal court before United States District Judge Terrence W. Boyle, SANTIAGO DE LA TORRE, 45, of Cicero, Illinois, was sentenced to serve 35 months in federal prison ori harges […]

Financial Fraud: BRADFORD BARNEYS Pleaded Guilty For a Scheme To Defraud Individuals, Mortgage Lenders And The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

Attorney Pleads Guilty to Role in Scheme That Targeted Distressed Homeowners Deirdre M. Daly, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that BRADFORD BARNEYS, 51, of Odenton, Maryland, pleaded guilty today before U.S. District Judge Michael P. Shea in Hartford to conspiring with Timothy W. Burke in a long-running fraud scheme that targeted […]

Financial Fraud: ANSHOO SETHI Sentenced For Abused the EB-5 Visa Program and Blatantly Lied to Investors

Hotel Developer Sentenced to Three Years in Prison for Exploiting U.S. Visa Program CHICAGO — A Chicago hotel developer was sentenced today to three years in prison for exploiting a federal visa program to fraudulently raise capital from Chinese nationals who were seeking residency in the United States. ANSHOO SETHI, the founder of A Chicago […]

Stopping Identity Theft Against Seniors!

The Federal Trade Commission has reported identity theft as the top consumer complaint, affecting millions of Americans each year. Seniors are particularly vulnerable, and identity theft affecting seniors rose 200%. Seniors are appealing targets because they generally have higher credit lines, home equity, and more savings than young people. Seniors are also easy targets for […]

Financial Fraud: Eric Dentz and Rebecca Dentz Charged With Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice And Tax Violations

Brunswick couple charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice, tax violations A nine-count indictment was filed charging a Brunswick couple with failing to make payments to support the pension and benefits fund of its employees and then obstructing the subsequent investigation, said Carole S. Rendon, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio. Eric Dentz and […]

Financial Fraud: SEAN STEWART Sentenced For Insider Trading

Managing Director Of Investment Bank Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison For Insider Trading Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that SEAN STEWART, a former managing director at an investment advisory firm headquartered in Manhattan, was sentenced today to 36 months in prison by U.S. District Judge […]

Violence and Violent Crime – The Gender Consideration

Women and men both commit, and are victims of, crimes but are their perspectives, understandings and interpretations of crime (either as victim or perpetrator likely to be different)? How and why – or even if – is a matter of debate; theorising on these matters is difficult depending on the perspective of the researcher. Men […]

Insurance Fraud and Class-Action Lawsuits

We take out insurance policies to protect ourselves and our families in the eventuality of a serious accident or injury. In a certain sense, insurance is a form of gambling: you’re betting a company that something bad will happen, and they’re betting against it. So it is especially egregious when an insurance company rigs the […]

Financial Fraud: Carl Dean Bullock Charged For Participating In a Lottery Scam And Identity Theft

Los Angeles Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Fraud and Identity Theft Charges Related to Lottery Scam that Targeted Elderly Victims LOS ANGELES – A South Los Angeles man was arrested today on federal fraud charges for participating in a lottery scam that allegedly targeted elderly victims with promises of cash prizes and cars – as […]

Life Insurance Fraud

Life insurance fraud is a black eye on both life insurance companies and life insurance customers. Both parties have been guilty of life insurance fraud and will be again — especially since, sadly, fraud seems to be on the rise according to most statistical measures. Research by the non-profit The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud concludes […]

Yahoo Merchant Offers Easy Payment Processing

If you’ve been marketing online for awhile, you know that processing payments can be a little challenging at times. If you don’t have a merchant account, you may be wondering whether to get one or use a payment service. You may also be wondering if the payment service you are considering will work with your […]

Protecting Your Finances and Assets Offshore

If you’re self employed, you’re affluent, you’re married, you have direct clients, business partners or you’re just concerned that you’re overpaying your taxes, there’s a strong possibility that you should be protecting your finances and assets offshore. For many people, going offshore is like buying insurance against anything from overpayment of tax maybe, to the […]

Financial Fraud: MACHLI JOSEPH Charged With Embezzling Money For The Rental Of Athletic Facilities

Former Baruch College Basketball Coach And Athletics Official Charged With Embezzlement Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Catherine Leahy Scott, New York State Inspector General, and Brian M. Hickey, the Special Agent-in-Charge of the Northeast Regional Office of the U.S. Department of Education Office of Inspector General (“ED-OIG”), […]

Insurance Fraud: Yoisler Herrera-Enriquez Pled Guilty For Defrauded Automobile Insurance Companies

Wyoming Man Fifth Person To Plead Guilty To Staged Automobile Accident Fraud The Fraud Ring Operated Three Therapy Clinics in Michigan from 2012 to 2015          GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN — Yoisler Herrera-Enriquez, age 31, a massage therapist from Wyoming, Michigan, pled guilty in federal court today to conspiracy to commit mail fraud related to a […]

Financial Fraud: WILLIS D. “BILL” LONN, JR. For Mail Fraud, Tax Evasion, And Money Laundering

Long-time Manager of Hoquiam Wood Shavings Business Sentenced to Prison for Mail Fraud, Tax Evasion, Money Laundering and Interstate Transportation of Stolen Property Stole more than $1.3 Million from Family Business and then Started Competing Company after being Fired for Theft The long-time manager of a Hoquiam wood shavings business was sentenced today in U.S. […]

Cyber Crime: Ercan Findikoglu Sentenced for Organizing And Carrying Out Three Cyberattacks On The Global Financial System

Defendant Was the Principal Organizer of Cybercrimes That Netted More Than $55 Million in Proceeds for the Members of a Cybercrime Organization Earlier today, at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, New York, Ercan Findikoglu, a Turkish citizen also known by the online nicknames “Segate,” “Predator,” and “Oreon,” was sentenced to eight years for his leadership […]