In San Francisco, a man was selling fake green cards: what would that be?

The Bay Area man faces up to five years in prison after prosecutors charged him with selling counterfeit green cards and social security cards, according to court records. 52-year-old Alejandro Ramos-Hernandez was accused of selling fake social security cards. The investigation began after ...

13 parents plead guilty in bribes for their children entering the best US colleges

13 parents and one coach pleaded guilty to admission fraud to prestigious US universities, writes RTVi. They confessed to bribery and other forms of fraud. Including actress Felicity Huffman admitted that she paid $ 15 with a fake charity ...

Owners of mobile phones in the United States may be victims of new fraud

If someone calls you pretending to be an employee of your cellular operator and asks for a verification code, do not give that person any information. In Florida in March, two scammers tried to buy phones from a Verizon store in Clearwater, Florida. Akhje Artag Berry and ...

Hundreds of thousands of dollars on broken hearts: how fraudsters ruin lonely Americans

Despite the fact that Valentine's Day is once a year, scammers who make hundreds of thousands of dollars from broken hearts are constantly looking for their victims. Scammers made $ 143 million in online love scams last year - more than any other type of scam ...

In Miami, fraudsters forged immigration documents to obtain a driver's license

Investigators have arrested more than 20 people in a fraudulent scheme that falsified immigration documents to obtain a real Florida driver's license. Valois Nunez Artelis, 47, has been charged with developing the scheme. He will appear in federal court later this month. Prosecutors ...

5 types of fraud prevalent in the US before Christmas

Christmas traditions take many forms: greeting cards, light installations, secret Santas, adorable “ugly” sweaters. Much uglier is the annual tradition of cheating during the most beloved holidays of the year. We will tell you how not to lose money in the five most common pre-holiday cheating schemes. ...

How to protect yourself from fraudsters when participating in the Green Card Lottery

From October 3 to November 6, the Consular Bureau of the US Department of State is running a green card lottery: the winners, selected at random, will receive a US residence permit in 2020. Understanding the process will help you stop fraudsters from making money for you. How to participate ...

The organization will pay $ 38 fine for selling ID cards to 'protect' from deportation

An immigrant rights organization must pay a $ 38 fine for selling cards offering protection against deportation for undocumented immigrants, an administrative judge said Monday. Nonprofit A New Beginning for Immigrants Rights ...

A group of fraudsters from the countries of the former Soviet Union are held in New York prison and are not released on bail.

Detained at the end of July in the United States, the Russians, who are suspected of committing a major fraud in the amount of 4,5 million dollars, partially admitted their guilt. They were not allowed to be released on bail pending trial, but free lawyers were provided. Russian citizens who were detained in the United States ...

The orphan posed as a Russian prince and became a multi-millionaire

An orphan named Christophe Rocancourt has managed to become a multimillionaire by pretending to be someone else. He claimed to be Rockefeller, the son of Sophia Loren, a Russian prince and ex-world boxing champion. The swindler bathed in fame and fortune, making friends with celebrities and novels with models. ...

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