Friday, 20 April 2012

Google Alert - scam

News7 new results for scam
Prime Targets for Scam Artists
New York Times (blog)
By PAULA SPAN Here's a question you'd think would be simple to answer: How many older Americans fall prey to frauds and scams each year? We're talking about fake lotteries ("You've just won $10000 in the Spanish lottery! To collect your winnings, ...
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New York Times (blog)
Ephedrine scam: Secretary Narcotics hampering probe: SC
South Asian News Agency
There has been a clear interference in chemical scam probe, observed the Supreme Court. Ministry of Narcotics Control Secretary Zafar Abbas Luk, who is also an accused in the case, alleged that the ANF officials are mutinous and lying in the case.
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Hawaii police seeking Coachella scam victims
San Francisco Chronicle
(04-20) 10:23 PDT Hilo, Hawaii (AP) -- Hawaii County police are looking for people who may have been victimized in an alleged internet scam involving tickets for a sold-out California music festival. Anthony Derick Berson of the Big Island is charged ...
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Jamaica Looks to Tackle Lotto Scam
Caribbean Journal
By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica's government is drafting legislation and setting up an inter-ministerial task force aimed at curb a multi-million-dollar lottery scam in Jamaica. The new drive has been motivated by "the increasing attention being ...
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Pension Scam - FG Suspends Permanent Secretary, Director, Three Others
By Joshua Uma, 20 April 2012 The Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) has approved the suspension of five of its serving officers - a permanent secretary, a director, an assistant director, a cashier and an information communication technology ...
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1.2m Aussies victims of scams
Fraser Coast Chronicle
Australians were more likely to fall victim to credit card fraud (3.7 per cent) than experience identity theft (0.3 per cent) or a scam (2.9 per cent), and more likely to become a victim of a scam (2.9 per cent) than identity theft (0.3 per cent).
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Drug scam: Pakistan faces medicine shortage
By IANS, Islamabad : Pakistan's pharmaceutical industry has been hit hard by a Rs.7 billion drug scam in which Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani's son has been named an accused. It has caused non-availability of controlled substances in the country, ...
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