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At the US Post Office

Reposted from an untitled draft, dated 2017

—– A scam was in process. At least, what I saw and heard pointed in that direction. The man was elderly, wearing old pants with a partially open mid-seam and frayed hem held up by a safety pin. 617 more words

HKMA Alert: Fraudulent Bank of China website and phishing email

06 Aug 2020

Fraudulent website and phishing email related to Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) wishes to alert members of the public to a press release issued by Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited on fraudulent website and phishing email, which has been reported to the HKMA.

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Modern Day Swindlers: Evading Fraud in the Digital World

Fraud can happen anywhere, from electronic leases to hand delivered documents signed in ink. Dominic Liberatore and Paul Bent explore fraud in the equipment finance industry and provide recommendations for identifying red flags and challenging suspicious activity. 16 more words

Equipment Leasing

Spirit of 2020

Spirit of 2020

Close down everything: so they insisted.
Did America rise and, two-fisted,
Batter tyranny flat?
Alas, nothing like that!
On the gutless list now we are listed.

–Tom Riley

Silver Medal

I am desolate and devastated!  The Superhero of MY generation,


has been proven to be a fraud, a sham, fake news, with feet of…. 439 more words


SEC: Foundations Asset Management, LLC, Michael W. Shamburger and Rob E. Wedel Fraud

Order Appointing Tax Administrator. Leave a like and a comment on the blog to spread the word of this case. How bad was it?

from SEC.gov Updates: Administrative Proceedings https://ift.tt/3akEShU



Eagerly they suck the snake oil
as if it is their mother’s milk,
frenzied and fearful it might spoil—
the conman thus nurtures his ilk. 24 more words