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Document shredding available during Better Business Bureau's Secure Your ID Day

If you have old documents you’ve been meaning to get rid of, here’s your chance to get them shredded for free.

Secure Your ID Day is the Better Business Bureau’s most popular event of the year, and it can help make sure your information is safe and secure. 323 more words

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Anatomy of a Scam: Regnal Media - How a Portland-area advertising startup is turning drug addicts & felons into white collar criminals

***UPDATE*** This is an update to a post originally published in June 2017. In response to this story, CEO Devin Langer contacted the author from his Regnal Media email account in July. 2,307 more words

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Protecting Medicare recipients from identity theft

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – The recent data breach at the credit reporting company Equifax was an unwelcome reminder about identity theft and the vulnerability of our most personal information. 74 more words

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Samsung USA Is A Despicable Company That Lies & Cheats -- A Disgrace To South Korea.

by Anura Guruge

Transpires, that 2-weeks ago, they fobbed us off by giving us a BOGUS ‘return authorization’ (RMA) number. For 2-weeks now we have been calling and visiting Best Buy to see whether we can arrange for a replacement. 88 more words

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Customer seeks return of laptop after repair shop closes

A Windsor computer repair shop that claims to be an authorized Apple repair centre abruptly closed up shop, leaving at least one young woman without her laptop and all the data it holds. 507 more words

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Cyber Security Summit - KATV

Arkansas, the southeastern region of the United States companies will no doubt want to hire some of those cyber security experts in the future.

 

But data breaches are a threat now.

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"Trying to make a quick buck:" Men posing as concrete workers scam elderly man in West Allis

WEST ALLIS — The Better Business Bureau (BBB) says certain scams come and go with the seasons, but as summer tries to hold on in October, a West Allis man has reportedly become the victim of fraud, and is now out hundreds of dollars. 350 more words

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