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Switzerland Shuts Down ‘Fake’ Cryptocurrency Scheme “E-Coin” - Cryptocoins News

Switzerland’s financial watchdog has cracked down on operations of “E-Coin”, an alleged ‘fake’ cryptocurrency scam.

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA), the country’s financial markets regulator and watchdog has revealed the closure of three separate companies involved in issuing “E-Coin”, alleged by the authority as a fake cryptocurrency. 107 more words


Humpty Dumpty's sums don't add up

Does Mark Cooper aka Humpty Dumpty, the City Tatts financial whiz, really use an abacus?

We were told he does but didn’t believe it until we had a look at the latest financial report from the club. 226 more words

North Haven Police searching for fraud suspect

NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — North Haven Police are looking for the public’s help to identify a fraud suspect.

Police say a woman, depicted in surveillance pictures, stole a purse at Panera Bread on Friday, then used a… 51 more words


Wired: To Fix Its Toxic Ad Problem, Facebook Must Break Itself

Wired: To Fix Its Toxic Ad Problem, Facebook Must Break Itself . “Two incidents in recent weeks have highlighted how Facebook’s advertising network—the cornerstone of its half-trillion-dollar valuation—is as susceptible to manipulation and bigotry as its news feed. 38 more words


Never a dull moment with these badge draws!

Remember the blog detailing the badge draws that had to be cancelled earlier this year because that imbecile Jan Ellks forgot to arrange the permits for them? 345 more words

Better Business Bureau warns against 'hurricane cars" coming into Canada

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning Canadian consumers about buying cars from the United States.

The warning comes after parts of the U.S. and Caribbean were hammered by hurricanes over the past month, flooding highways and submerging vehicles. 349 more words


100th Anniversary: A Century of Fakers, Fraudsters and Rogues

(Source: www.forbes.com)

This story appears in the September 28, 2017 issue of Forbes. Subscribe

From Bernie Cornfeld to Bernie Madoff, a swindlers list for the ages—some of whom we never saw coming. 1,001 more words

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