Tags » Fraud

Bitcoin Currency Operators Hit With Fraud Connected Trials

If that Bitcoin investment company’s claims seem too good to be true, maybe they are.

The US government regulator in charge of futures markets, known as the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), announced lawsuits against two different companies involved in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. 139 more words


Newsweek Offices Raided. Newsweek Reports It Anyways.

  • Investigators for the Manhattan district attorney raided Newsweek’s offices on Thursday, removing 18 computer servers as part of a long-running probe into the company’s finances, according to witnesses.
  • 287 more words

Wanted with Scott McKane: Suspects sought in theft, fraud and robbery cases

In this week’s first case, police in Sandy are looking for four suspects who stole some high-end frames from Wholesale Optical at 680 East 9400 South on December 12. 161 more words


Rising Star In Legal Tech Community Indicted for Money Laundering and Wire Fraud

Legal technology entrepreneur Derek Bluford has been indicted on charges of wire fraud and money laundering.

The five-count indictment in the Eastern District of California alleges that the 30-year-old Bluford falsely represented himself as an attorney to a married couple and defrauded them of $535,000. 234 more words


The US government is charging three bitcoin companies with fraud

The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission has filed federal civil enforcement lawsuits against three virtual currency operators. The list of charges is extensive, and includes fraud, misrepresentation, and misappropriation in connection with trading Bitcoin. 413 more words


What kind of company sells a dud like this to its customers?

Corporate fraud and crime that nobody gets arrested for and and MPs like Dutton don’t politicize. Why focus on the Sudanese… they’re Black, stand out, are easy and don’t donate to the Liberal Party.  14 more words


Data Breach from OnePlus Effecting up to 40,000 Customers

Attention all One Plus owners your credit cards may be in danger.

What we know:
As many as 40,000 customers payment info may be compromised. 168 more words