IRS Warning: 'Dirty Dozen' top scams can trick you, steal your cash, identity
Although the cryptocurrency market is evolving, it still remains something of the Wild West of the investing world. Even the largest and oldest cryptos, like Bitcoin and Ethereum, are notoriously...
- The Register-Mail
“Identity theft is not a new problem. However, I am alarmed by increasing frequency of these offenses committed by local individuals on local victims."
A former employee of Washington state’s Employment Security Department pleaded guilty to three federal felonies for exploiting his employment for personal enrichment and fraudulently distributing at least $360,000 in pandemic-related unemployment benefits, prosecutors said.
The Florida Department of Children and Families Office of Economic Self-Sufficiency is responsible for the state's SNAP, which provides food-purchasing assistance to low-income households by...
- American City Business Journals
The complaint alleges the bank told customers that Zelle was safe to use despite “huge” security risks and “virtually no resource” for defrauded customers to get their money back.
Currently there are hundreds of millions of cryptocurrency owners, with estimates predicting further rapid growth. As the number of people owning cryptocurrencies has increased, so has the number of scam victims. The internet and other technologies have simply changed the rules of the game, with cryptocurrencies coming to epitomize the leading edge of these new cybercrime opportunities.
- Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
Some companies and recruiters use online job sites and video technologies as a convenient and cost-effective way to communicate with applicants. Unfortunately, fraudsters are using them too, and they aren’t looking to offer you a job.