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Europol investigating 5,000 organized crime groups

Some 5,000 organized crime groups are active in Europe, with more than one-third of the rings involved in illicit drug trade, the EU law enforcement agency Europol said in a large-scale report Thursday. 115 more words

Technology

'Tis The Season...for scammers

I am writing this post after a long absence, because I feel it necessary to take the time I haven’t had, to hopefully help someone else avoid disaster. 1,040 more words

When Should The Consumer Take Responsibility?

For some time I have been perplexed at the idea that the consumer cannot bear any responsibility for what happens to them. If there is to be a relationship – so striven for by brands – between a service provider and a service user it must be balanced. 449 more words

General

‘Dishonest teller’ scam targeting seniors: Strathcona County RCMP

RCMP east of Edmonton are warning about a phone scam that targets seniors.

In a news release issued Wednesday, Strathcona County RCMP said the “dishonest teller” scam sees victims receive a phone call from someone claiming to be an employee of their bank. 303 more words

News

Police seek information on man they say committed bank fraud

BETTENDORF, Iowa — Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities is looking for information on a man they say committed bank fraud back in October.

Bettendorf Police say the man pictured went to two Quad City Bank locations on October 23 and made large, fraudulent withdrawals. 72 more words

News

Pair Charged with Bank Fraud and Mail Theft

WILKES-BARRE — Two people from Wilkes-Barre are charged with fraud and mail theft.

Investigators say Michael Mejia, 20, and Niskauri Dejesus-Toribio, 19, stole mail in Luzerne and Carbon counties earlier this year and deposited checks found in the stolen mail into their own bank accounts. 40 more words

Wilkes-barre

FDIC Does Not Protect Business Accounts From Cyber Fraud

Your Company Bank Account Is A Sitting Duck

Business owners across the United States are going about their everyday lives thinking the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has their company’s bank account federally insured should cyber criminals attack. 1,646 more words

Cybersecurity