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Valuable Lessons in Bank Fraud

Well, if you wondered if I had dropped off of the face of the earth, I can assure you that I have not. But I have felt “other worldly” at times since my last new post. 554 more words

Blog

Wells Fargo Bank Teller Stole $185,000 From Homeless Customer

Wells Fargo Bank Teller Admits He Stole $185,000 From Homeless Customer Who Walked In With Bag Of Cash

A former Wells Fargo bank teller at a Washington DC branch stole more than $185,000 from a homeless customer. 273 more words

I got Robbed

When I think about getting robbed, I think about someone approaching me with a gun or some kind of weapon and demanding money from me. It would be pretty terrifying I think, but I would just hand over my wallet which wouldn’t have any cash in it, since I never carry cash, then immediately go online and lock my bank accounts so that my debit cards couldn’t be used by the thieves, so even though I got robbed and it would be annoying, it wouldn’t be too big of a deal because I wouldn’t lose anything substantial. 573 more words

Personal

Man, woman sought in $400K fraud case in Toronto

Toronto police are seeking a man and a woman in a fraud case involving hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Police say a woman went into a bank on June 29 and, using false identification, posed as a client to gain access to that person’s account. 71 more words

Crime

San Jose Priest Imprisoned For Stealing $1.4 Million In Donations

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – A Roman Catholic priest from San Jose who was convicted earlier this year of bank fraud for diverting parishioners’ donations into his personal bank account was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison, federal prosecutors said. 245 more words

News

September 2017 Podcast Video, Financial Planning and Capital Market Update- By John Kvale

Here is our August 2017 Monthly review. If you are too busy to read, feel free to listen as we describe our post and thoughts in friendly podcast format. 299 more words

Investing/Financial Planning

Vietnam: 51 Bankers Found Guilty: Sentences Ranged From Death To Life In Prison

A Vietnamese Court began issuing verdicts and sentences Friday in an ongoing anti-corruption case for members of Ocean Bank, with former CEO Nguyen Xuan Son being sentenced to death for embezzlement. 314 more words

Politics