London police launch investigation into Prince Charles Charitable Foundation

London police have announced that they have opened an investigation into the charitable foundation of the heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, reports the BBC. The point is that the leaders of the fund may have helped their donor, a Saudi billionaire, receive the Order of the British Empire. A police statement released on February 16 said…

Accounting firm refuses to continue working with Trump because it questions his financial records for 9 years

An accounting firm that has been producing annual financial statements for Donald Trump and his business for years is cutting ties with his company and saying the decade's accounts "can no longer be relied upon," CBS reports. Mazars USA wrote on February 9…

Decoy Words and Love Letters: How Scammers Trick Americans on Valentine's Day

February is the time of year when cyber fraudsters like to play Cupid, aiming their “arrows” at potential victims, writes USA Today. Security company Check Point Research says that over the past few years in February, scammers have frequently used the word "Valentine" in ...

Russian immigrant paid $10 for a short taxi ride in San Francisco

A woman was charged $10 for a taxi ride in San Francisco. When she contested the bill, things got even more sad, according to the SanFranciscoChronicle. One September evening, Marguerite Becker and her husband Chris Schlesinger got into a San Francisco taxi. Their trip is 000…

Cheated on everyone for 2 years: mother stole daughter's identity to go to college and date young guys

A Missouri woman faces jail time for stealing the identity of her estranged daughter in order to get student loans, go to college and date young boys. More details were told by the New York Post. Laura Oglesby, 48, posed as her ...

In which states are personal data stolen most often and how to protect yourself

Identity theft: These states are the most vulnerable, according to FOXBusiness. Washington State was # XNUMX on the WalletHub report. Depending on where you live, you may be more vulnerable to identity theft, according to a new report. On Tuesday WalletHub ...

Disconnected bracelets and abandoned children: in the USA they are looking for a Russian-speaking couple who stole millions from aid funds in the fight against COVID-19

Richard Ayvazyan and his wife, Marietta Terabelian, were sentenced to prison for participating in a large-scale fraudulent scheme involving financial assistance in connection with COVID-19. They turned off their electronic tracking bracelets and left their California home leaving three ...

Ten Ways to Protect Yourself from Scammers

Millions of people every year become victims of swindlers. They use phones, email, regular mail and the Internet to extract personal information from you. Here are 10 tips from the US Federal Trade Commission on how to protect yourself from fraud. 1. Know with ...

WT: Fraud-Naturalized Immigrants Will Be Allowed To Retain US Citizenship

According to The Washington Times, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is circulating a draft proposal that will severely restrict attempts to revoke citizenship of people naturalized on the basis of fraud. The Washington Times claims the editors saw a draft memo sent by DHS chief Alejandro Mallorcas to the leaders of three ...

Top 18 Most Common Online Shopping Risks and How to Protect Yourself from Them

Online shopping is convenient and economical. But this kind of shopping has its drawbacks. Hackers and other online criminals are constantly trying to trick shoppers with fake deals and discounts. According to a recent report from the Better Business Bureau, online shopping scams are second ...

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