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Amanda Miller’s Rant On Scammers

I don’t understand why people scam people. I don’t understand why people defraud companies. It just doesn’t make much sense to me. Can’t we all just be honest? And hug it out? With a heavy sigh I bring to you today the report of Dinesh Sethi who pled guilty in federal court on September 22, 2011 to one count of ... Read More »

BBB Warns Of Gift Card Scam

It looks as if the Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning the country yet again of gift card scams. Once back in July and again in September the BBB put out warnings that consumers should be very wary of the winning of gift cards. It is especially important for people to take caution if they receive an unsolicited phone call ... Read More »

A&O Resource Management Executives Sentenced To Jail Time

A&O Resource Management Ltd ‘s co-founder and part-owner were sentenced this past week in federal court for their roles in a $100 million life-settlement fraud scheme. Part-owner, Adley Abdulwahab (pictured below), was sentenced to 60 years while co-founder, Christian Allmendinger got a 45 year sentence. Apparently, the two men took place in selling “bonded life settlements” which guaranteed 10 to ... Read More »

How To Tackle Global Fraud Pandemic: Share And Care

In Australia police are saying that 76 percent of e-mail investment scam victims continue to send money even after police warn them that they’re being deceived. The most common e-mail frauds and scams are those that request money to unlock a promised inheritance payment or to reap rewards from a business opportunity. One of the more famous e-mail scams that ... Read More »

Savannah Man Faces A Potential 750 Years In Prison For Bank Fraud

Savannah, Georgia resident Richard Guerard was indicted by a federal jury on charged that he defrauded over $1 million from First National Bank and other banks between 2007 and 2009. Allegedly, in 2007 Guerard worked as a real estate developer acting on behalf of two businesses and entered into loan agreements with First National Bank among others for the purchase ... Read More »

A Modern Day Bonnie & Clyde! Colorado Couple Charged With Ponzi Scheme

Marie and Richard Dalton of Golden Colorado were charged in a federal criminal complaint that was unsealed on September 30, 2011 with operating a $17 million Ponzi scheme that lulled investors in 13 states with claims of big potential returns on investments in diamonds and trading international notes. Though they were arrested in Atlanta, Georgia the couple will face charges ... 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 »

Delta Discount Travel Fax – Stay Away

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Here is a spam fax going around that you should stay away from. While the fax is not about debt it can result in problem debt from being scammed. The fax says you should call 877-807-7608 for a 6 day and 5 night vacation for $199 per person. The unsolicited fax even uses the Delta Airlines logo. Consumers online report ... Read More »

Esteemed Lending Services. Nothing But a Well Documented Scam.

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The lending site below is a sham. It makes unsubstantiated false promises in an effort to convince you to cough up both personal information and money. Beware. The web site is actually the creation of the FTC. In an effort to help consumers spot scam and fraudulent upfront loan fee offers and bogus debt reduction presentations, the Federal Trade Commission ... Read More »

My Mother Stole My Identity And Has Not Paid the $5,000 Now Due. I’m 20 and Pregnant. – Mirellys

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Mirellys “Dear Steve, I’m 20yrs old and about to have my first child, i’d really like to get my own place and be independent but it’s real hard because without my knowing my mother used my name and ss# to put utilities in the house and that’s been accumulating since i was about 15 now because of her i owe ... Read More »

ChristBilt Builder Arrested For Stealing Money and Running a Scam

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I am never surprised by the amount of fraud that is perpetrated using religion and christianity and as foundation for the scam. I wonder how many people thought they could easily trust a company with Christ in the name? Out of Atlanta, Charles Laboone, seen getting a free ride in a police car, was arrested for taking money from people ... Read More »

My Ex-Husband Says I Defrauded Him By Paying His Bills. – NI

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NI “Dear Steve, I am going through a divorce right now. My husband lied and reported me as fraudulently cashing his unemployment checks into our joint bank account (when we were together). I did sign his name as I always did and deposited them into our account, along with my check from my job and paid OUR BILLS together. He ... Read More »

My Parents Were Sued by Landlords Mortgage Company. – Jacob

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Jacob “Dear Steve, My parents were sued by a mortgage company that took over the house they lived at (almost a year ago). The landlord at the time went with my parents to court. She agreed to pay the settlement ($2400). We got her to sign an agreement with her saying that she would pay the amount. My parents signed ... Read More »

My Second Husband Spent All of My Home Equity Line. – Nicole

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“Dear Steve, My second husband, not the father of my children, has managed to spend $150,000 of the home equity line of credit (all of it). He says he gave the last $24,000 to his aunt for ‘safekeeping’ because the banks were going to reduce the amount of equity people have available. $8,000 was for my car and I’ll be ... Read More »

Watch Video About Inside Business Opportunity Fraud

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