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'It's been hell': How fraudsters use handsome soldiers to prey on lonely hearts over the holidays

Retired U.S. Army Col. Bryan Denny has broken more hearts than he may ever know, and he doesn’t want to break any more.

The 51-year-old husband and father spent half his life in the military.  2,452 more words


Review and file a complaint on online fraud - Indian Money Review

Indian money Review, a consumer cheated by an online shopping site can raise a complaint against them, by registering a consumer complaint on the official website of the consumer & empowerment centre. 468 more words


Be aware of carbon credit scam targeting emission producing businesses

Carbon credits are generally measured in tonnes of carbon-di-oxide equivalent and are sold and brought through a number of international brokers, trading platforms and online traders. 302 more words

3D Secure 2.0 - The Lowdown For Online Businesses

Ask any online merchant what immediately springs to mind when you mention the term ‘3D Secure’. Chances are the answer will be ‘conversion killer’…am I right or am I right?! 866 more words

Online Fraud

New Brunswick woman loses $11K to internet scam

A New Brunswick woman has lost thousands of dollars in an elaborate internet scam, and it’s unlikely that those responsible will be caught.

The woman agreed to speak to Global News but requested that her identity be protected. 691 more words


It's just getting harder

Nothing is easy these days. Remember in the early days of the internet – wow this was going to be a Brave New World. Everything was going to be just within a click – connecting with friends, doing business at the speed of light, shopping online, spending money without ever leaving the house or office. 448 more words

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Nigerian lady in police custody after man she met online sent a #5 million naira

A police officer has taken to social media to enlighten Nigerians on the newest trick being used by fraudsters on unsuspecting victims. Ogbonnaya Nwota, revealed that a young lady simply identified as Amaka, is currently in police custody after she was involved in a fraud case of N5 million which was paid into her account by a “good Samaritan” from Facebook who later rewarded her with N100,000. 687 more words