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Former bank worker accused of stealing $100,000 from customer accounts

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (WTNH) – A former bank worker is facing federal charges after investigators say he stole more than $100,000 from customer’s bank accounts.

32-year-old Alexander Alvarez of East Lyme was indicted today on two counts of bank fraud. 126 more words

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Run out and do your Christmas shopping right now.....it's on me!

Ever since I started blogging I have labored to think of a way to reward my loyal readers. I mean, if I had to read the drivel that I pass off as literate prose just to keep from hurting my feelings, I’d expect some kind of recompense too. 337 more words

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Six Romanians Sent To U.S. Prison For ATM Skimming

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MIAMI (AP) —A group of people from outside the United States are going to spend some time in prison.

Six Romanians have been sentenced to prison terms in the U.S. 195 more words

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Banks harvest callers' voiceprints to fight fraud

An Associated Press investigation has found that two of America’s biggest retail banks — JPMorgan Chase & Co., and Wells Fargo & Co. — are quietly recording the biometric details of some callers’ voices to weed out fraud. 6 more words

DIVORCES AND REPRODUCTION: REALITY STARS MAKE MAJOR CHANGES IN THEIR LIVES

Stick a pickle in it, it’s over. The Real Housewives of Atlanta couple Phaedra and Apollo are headed for splitsville. After being apart for a while, during… 158 more words

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Two Pewaukee men charged with bank fraud, concealing assets

PEWAUKEE (WITI) — On Tuesday, October 7th the grand jury returned a sixteen count indictment charging  57-year-old Todd Brunner and  24-year-old Shawn Brunner, both of Pewaukee,  with bank fraud in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1344; and false declarations and oaths, and concealing assets in bankruptcy, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 152. 424 more words

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Security? What security?

Why is bank fraud still growing? Perhaps because we have no answer to the genius of the master criminals involved. Perhaps because some banks don’t take their customers’ security as seriously as they claim. 457 more words

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