Tuesday, 24 April 2012

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FBI: Hundreds of Thousands May Lose Internet in July
CIO Today
By Lolita C. Baldor In the wake of a global online ad scam, over 300000 computer users may find themselves without web access in July. The problem began when hackers ran a scam to take control of infected computers. In an unusual response, ...
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Fighting timeshare resale scams
Chicago Tribune
Timeshare resale scams have generated a lot of consumer complaints: the FTC says they've "more than doubled in recent years" and the Florida Attorney General's Office reports that timeshare fraud is its highest complaint category.
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Alleged N11 Billion Scam - Saraki Shuns Police Invitation
By Evelyn Usman, 24 April 2012 Former Governor of Kwara State, Dr. Bukola Saraki yesterday shunned invitation by the Police Special Fraud Unit, SFU, Milverton, Ikoyi, to answer questions bothering on an alleged N11 billion loan scam at the defunct ...
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FBI: Web scam cleared millions of dollars
WASHINGTON, April 23 (UPI) -- A multimillion-dollar online scam could leave hundreds of thousands of computer users worldwide without Internet access, the FBI says. Fortunately, the agency said, users can clean their computer of the suspected malware ...
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FBI 'safety net' servers come with expiration date
8 after the FBI's "Operation Ghost Click" shut down a hacker group operating under the company name "Rove Digital," which had been running an Internet ad scam since 2007 using DNSChanger servers that hijacked about four million computers worldwide and ...
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Jury duty scam returns
This is not the first time police have arrested the accused shooter, 19-year-oldMore >> RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) – Crooks are betting many people have forgotten about an old scam. Police say the Jury Duty scam is circulating again.
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Gift card scam targets 5-year-old girl
Detroit Free Press
By AP The Michigan attorney general's office has charged a Detroit man with running a gift card scam on a 5-year-old girl. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says Otis Lee Josey was pretending to be a radio station employee in November when he ...
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UP food scam: Senior Congress leaders under the scanner
India Today
Some of the party's senior state leaders are set to be questioned by the Central Bureau of Investigation in the 35000-crore foodgrains scam. Late on Monday night, the investigating agency arrested Daljeet Singh Chaudhary, a member of the All India ...
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