June 23, 2022 In ​​, -anyos

FBI warns of growing digital currency scams on LinkedIn

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) cautions that digital currency fraudsters are infiltrating LinkedIn and could pose a “significant threat” to the social media platform and its users. Special Agent Sean Ragan says that digital currency fraud is now a significant activity on the professional networking social media platform.  Ragan, who is in charge of

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June 23, 2022 In ​​,  HSE

Wine and whiskey scam run out of U.K. defrauded elderly U.S. investors out of millions, officials say

Hundreds of people across the country, most of them elderly, were defrauded out of more than $13 million in an elaborate scheme that promised big returns on wine and whiskey investments, federal authorities said. The allegations were detailed in an affidavit following the arrest of Casey Alexander, a British citizen, on June 14. He faces

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June 23, 2022 In ​​,  HSE

Why are there so many cryptocurrency scams?

This article was originally featured in The Conversation. When one of our students told us they were going to drop out of college in August 2021, it wasn’t the first time we’d heard of someone ending their studies prematurely. What was new, though, was the reason. The student had become a victim of a cryptocurrency

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June 23, 2022 In ​​,  HSE

Girlfriend Slammed After Showing up to Ex’s House Eight Months Pregnant

The internet has slammed a girlfriend for showing up at her ex’s house eight months pregnant in a new viral post.Published to Reddit’s r/AmITheA**hole forum, a woman under the username u/Bluetooth888 shared her story to the “AITA” community for people to determine if she was in the wrong for wanting her son to get a

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June 21, 2022 In ​​,  HSE

Santander warns after pensioner loses over £800 in ‘highly believable’ scam

Santander bank has warned customers after a pensioner lost over £800 in a “highly believable” scam. The Mirror reports one pensioner was duped out of cash after receiving a call from a man posing as an employee at a mobile phone giant. Scammers used a fraud tactic called social engineering that makes victims share personal

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