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EXCLUSIVE: IRS Launches Investigation Of Clinton Foundation

Authored by Richard Pollock, Reporter / 07/26/2016

URL of the original posting site:  http://dailycaller.com/2016/07/26/exclusive-irs-launches-investigation-of-clinton-foundation/#ixzz4FeNV5NeP

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen referred congressional charges of corrupt Clinton Foundation “pay-to-play” activities to his tax agency’s exempt operations office for investigation, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned. 940 more words

Hillary Clinton

FTC Warns of Illegal Payment Methods

The Federal Trade Commission recently sent out an alert about an important Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR) amendment that took effect in June.

According to the FTC these changes make it illegal for telemarketers to use three types of payment methods exploited by con artists and scammers. 228 more words

Better Business Bureau

Boynton Beach woman, 92, conned by Publishers Clearing House scam

Yes, there really is a legitimate Publishers Clearing House that has awarded more than $225 million in cash and prizes so far, and that makes the company’s name a target for scammers. 516 more words

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Boynton Beach woman, 92, conned by Publishers Clearing House scam

Yes, there really is a legitimate Publishers Clearing House that has awarded more than $225 million in cash and prizes so far, and that makes the company’s name a target for scammers. 516 more words

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Md. Attorney General Signs Off On Giant, Food Lion Merger

BALTIMORE (WJZ) –– Maryland is among six states that have reached a deal with Giant Food’s parent company, Koninklijke Ahold, to OK its merger with Delhaize Group, which owns Food Lion supermarkets, the state’s Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Monday. 158 more words

Local

What to do when your Identity is Stolen?

Based on the repeat occurences and popularity of our cyber and most recent Identity updates we wanted to give guidance on ways to help after an invasive event such as this has happened. 679 more words

General Financial Planning

Herbalife customers keep buying in Boyle Heights, unaware of controversy

Described by some as a pyramid scheme and by others as a company promoting nutritional supplements, Herbalife still draws a healthy business in Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles despite a recent blow to the company. 64 more words

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