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Upcoming Money Mondays

Nelnet is committed to providing the resources you need to help your students develop healthy financial habits during and after college. One resource is our Money Mondays webinar series for students, which covers basic financial literacy topics such as budgeting, credit, loans, and more.  195 more words

Training

Using an Infrared Camera to hack a PIN Pad

  1. Using 12345 as your password is a really bad idea.
  2. Use the stylus at the store when you can or place your fingers on all of the buttons as you type in your PIN number. 
Cybersecurity

Man admits guilt in bank, identity fraud case

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — A New York man pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiring to illegally get money through bank fraud and identity theft.

U. S. District Judge Arenda L. 226 more words

Local News

Request of Sex Offender Check For "Restored" America

Do you want to know how to get married in the United States?

  1. Buy a house.
  2. Have the herd find you.
  3. Have them stick and keep media cameras in your face.
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Organized Crime

Man Gets 9 Years For Swindling Friend Out Of Life Savings

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A Minneapolis man was swindled out of his life savings when he tried to help a friend in need.

Investigators say Thomas Syzdek was going through a divorce and asked his friend, William Meredig, if he could stay with him. 100 more words

News

IRS is overwhelmed by identity theft fraud: Billions wrongly paid out as scammers find agency an easy target

By Michael Kranish

Globe Staff   February 16, 2014

 

WASHINGTON — Rashia Wilson bought a $92,000 Audi, proclaimed herself a millionaire, and announced on her Facebook page that she was “the queen of IRS tax fraud,” as prosecutors told the story. 2,405 more words

Identity Theft

Report Says I.R.S. Inaction May Have Increased Fraud Risk

A government investigator said Thursday that the Internal Revenue Service failed to do background checks on some private contractors who handled confidential information, exposing more than a million taxpayers to a risk of fraud and identity theft. 54 more words

Identity Theft