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Man Sentenced In $180,000 Identity Theft Scheme

BALTIMORE (AP) — An Owings Mills man has been sentenced to 42 months in prison for bank fraud and aggravated identity theft.

Twenty-five-year-old Darrick Jerome Greer was also ordered to pay more than $180,000 in restitution at sentencing Friday in federal court in Baltimore… 41 more words

News

Former NBAer Accuses ‘LHHH’ Star Moniece Slaughter of Bank Fraud

Former NBA player Joe Smith wanted to set the record straight about “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” star Moniece Slaughter if her baby’s father… 168 more words

Entertainment

$4.3 Billion Fine for Fraud in Exchange Market Manipulations Is Pittance for Major Banks - YouTube

via $4.3 Billion Fine for Fraud in Exchange Market Manipulations Is Pittance for Major Banks – YouTube.

Published on 15 Nov 2014

This collective fine for big banks involved in exchange fraud represent less than 1/1000 of the daily transactions in the market says Bill Black, former financial regulator…

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Photography & Images

The Role of Auditors in Prevention of Fraud in the Banking Industry

The Role of Auditors in Prevention of Fraud in the Banking Industry

The last two decade have witnessed an alarming increase in the incidence of commercial bank fraud in Nigeria which result in heavy lost to the banks and its customers. 318 more words

Bank Fraud

The banks: how am I here again? | Channel 4 News

A snippet of Truth on banking fraud and trading corruption finally coming from msm…

Paul Mason’s raw thoughts on the news – and why he’s sick of the corner of the City of London next to RBS’s headquarters. 15 more words

News And Politics

Don’t Mess With . . . the FDIC? A "Real Housewife" and Bank Executives Find Out the Hard Way

You may think of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) as the friendly folks who insure your money at the bank.

Or you may think of the FDIC as the regulator that deals with failed banks. 841 more words

Conspiracy

Rep. Ford To Be Sentenced In Tax Case

CHICAGO (AP) – Three days after being re-elected, Illinois state Rep. La Shawn Ford will learn if he’ll have to spend time behind bars for shortchanging the Internal Revenue Service of $3,782. 123 more words

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