I was convicted of a crime in March 2014. That’s right. I have been convicted of a crime. And I’m not talking about a misdemeanor because I participated at an Occupy rally. 618 more words
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DC Appeals rules Stanford's defrauded investors and not protected by the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC)
A three judge U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia panel unanimously upholding the District Court decision that Stanford International Bank CD Investors do not meet the definition of “customer” under the Securities Investor Protection Act (SIPA). 2,108 more words
After a nine-year criminal investigation by the DEA and FDA, on July 17, 2014 the US Attorney for the Northern District of California filed a… 1,407 more words
An identity thief takes your personal information and uses it without your knowledge. The thief may run up debts or even commit crimes in your name. 621 more words
In late May of 2014 the Financial Crimes Unit received numerous tips in reference to a social media site advertising blank checks for sale. A posting was found on Craigslist offering the sale of blank checks for $100.00 per check along with instructions of where the checks could be passed without the need for identification. 234 more words
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