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Where’s The Best Place To Get Information To Scam Financial Aid? Jail Of Course!

Student Loan Fraud Is Stupid A former inmate at Leath, Correctional Institution in South Carolina, Michelle Owens, was sentenced on September 28, 2011 for violations of federal student financial aid and mail fraud. Let me start this article off with a small tidbit of information for all of you scamming or thinking about scamming federal student financial aid – don’t. ... Read More »

Are Unemployed Computer Programmers Hacking Your Bank Account?

The term “white collar criminals” always sounded so fancy to me. You know? There’s something that just sounds glamourous about it. But fact of the matter is, there’s nothing glamorous about it – it’s just the same low life scam… in a pretty shirt. Apparently Australia is seeing a surge in white collar crimes due to the world wide financial ... Read More »

Should I Sign With Fast Track Debt Relief? – Mary

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“Dear Damon, I am ready to meet with a person on Monday to sign a paper for Fasttrackdebtrelief program. I was researching it..I am scared now.I don’t trust it. I saw your name in reviews about Fast Track.I need advise~~It is Saturday I am overwhelmed with a large amount of debt..I am struggling to pay them.and getting no where. Can ... Read More »

Microsoft Scammers Selling Fake Computer Virus Protection

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Canadian Anti Fraud Center say the virus scam is growing to epidemic proportions. Since March of 2010 the RCMP have noticed that a majority of scam reports involve the Virus Scam. Canadians are getting phone calls from people claiming to be with Microsoft or another reputable software company asking how their computer is running. ... Read More »

Dead Cross Dressing Man’s Finger Prints Found on His Own Death Certificate.

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I love England. I had the good fortune to live there for almost 2 years and I found the people delightful, to observe. This is one of the reasons I’m fascinated with the british subjects. Anthony McErlean, age 66, faked his own death in Honduras and then tried to collect £520,000 from an insurance company, posed as has his own ... Read More »

Trapped in a Debt Settlement Contract. What to Do? – Dean

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“I contracted a debt settlement company now that it changed. I signed with them back in May of 2010, this was before the new law changed for settlement companies not to be able to charge up front for settlements. The contract is crazy, and I was stupid to sign it. I was totally delusional from stress and depression when I ... Read More »

Eithically I Prefer Paying Our Debts Than Going to a Bankruptcy Lawyer. – Michael

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“Dear Steve, My wife and I bought a house a few years ago and proceeded to build up credit card debt, in part due to an expected salary increase for me, which didn’t happen because the company “couldn’t afford it”. We have decreased spending, but my income has not increased in 3 years other than the part-time job I started ... Read More »

Jeffrey Writes in About Mortgage Company Ethics

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“I have a quick question for you. What do you think of the sale of mortgages when consumers have no say over who the ultimate buyer of their mortgage will be? Say, you have a problem with one of the banks caught up in the sub-prime lending issues and your new mortgage with one of the companies that stayed above ... Read More »

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