Thursday, 26 April 2012

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Fla. investment scammer sent to federal prison
AP MIAMI -- A South Florida man who admitted to operating a bogus investment scheme has been sentenced to nearly four years in federal prison. A judge in Miami imposed the sentence Wednesday on 51-year-old Michael Scott Segal of Miami.
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Scammer allegedly poses as Sheriff, nets $1300
Austin Herald
Local law enforcement officials are looking for a man who posed as the Mower County sheriff and allegedly conned an area woman out of $1300 earlier this week. According to Mower County Sheriff Terese Amazi, the suspect told the woman that he was ...
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Elderly Targeted By Gold Bar Scammer in Alameda County
Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect from this surveillance footage who has been reportedly scamming the elderly into giving him thousands of dollars in exchange for fake gold bars. By Analisa Harangozo Investigators are ...
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Benefits scammer netted £40k while living in Dubai
The Sun
By JOHN COLES Teresa McCulloch, 51, said she was in Devon but spent less than six months in Britain from October 2006. She is married to an Egyptian who is based in the Middle East country and was living there most of the time.
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The Sun
New clues could help nab gold scammer
Now, there is a clue that could lead them straight to the scammer. Investigators say this scam has taken place all over the Bay Area, but what makes this recent one significant is that police now have a picture of the suspect and they want you to look ...
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Obama Returns Donation From Persian Scammer
By JTA The Obama campaign is returning the donation of a hedge fund manager who is accused of defrauding members of his Persian-Jewish community in Los Angeles. Shervin Neman, also known as Shervin Davatgarzadeh, gave the maximum $35800 donation to the ...
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Investment scammer Segal sentenced to 46 months
South Florida Business Journal
Michael Scott Segal, 51, of Miami, was sentenced Wednesday by US District Judge Marcia Cooke to 46 months in prison and three years probation for multiple counts of fraud in an investment scheme. The court ordered Segal to pay $912570.50 in restitution ...
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When your credit card charge is denied
By Chris Taylor | NEW YORK (Reuters) - Considering how often Marjorie Asturias's credit card charges have been denied recently, you'd think she was a notorious scammer, or an international art thief. "We have plenty of credit on the card, ...
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