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I’ve had a front row view of more instances of fraud than I could have imagined when I first began my career. 597 more words
Last month, Elbert Eugene Shinholster, 77, of Wilkinson County, Georgia, was sentenced to serve 40 months in prison and to pay restitution in the amount of $4,680,557.20 for food stamp fraud and money laundering. 227 more words
Kimberly Fontenot, a resident of Brazoria County, Texas, has been convicted of defrauding clients of her so-called investment advisory firm, Stellar Grants Inc.
As outlined in documents filed with the court and admitted by Fontenot during her guilty plea today, from at least January through December 2012, Fontenot lured potential clients by falsely claiming to know numerous wealthy investors located throughout the United States. 289 more words
Spam as spam can.
Remember my post: http://barefacedmessiah.wordpress.com/2013/05/30/psychology-of-fraudulent-emails/
The idea behind spam is to lie as much as you can. This is a filter to find stupid people. 1,044 more words
The Sunday Times’ explosive report on RBS’ “killing off small businesses” and the publication of the Tomlinson Report has led to a media frenzy, with every national newspaper and news broadcast covering it yesterday, and the fall out still happening today. 231 more words