Thursday, 25 October 2012

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Scammers Know How to Get Around Our Better Judgment
Delta News Web
But scammers know how to get around our better judgment. They play on our emotions or promise big payoffs to get us to act. And many use the names of government agencies like the FTC, trusted companies, or friends and family to get us to buy into their ...
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Debbie Best: Online Dating Scammer Made Off With Her Money And Heart
Huffington Post
Debbie Best, a 50-year-old residential habilitation trainer and employment specialist from Butte, Montana, found herself the unwitting victim of an online dating scam. The man she thought was a long-distance boyfriend in Florida tricked her out of her ...
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Credit-Card Scammer Gets Six Years
Courthouse News Service
Credit-Card Scammer Gets Six Years. By MATT REYNOLDS. Tweet. LOS ANGELES (CN) - A Los Angeles man was sentenced to six years in federal prison and ordered to pay $300,000 in restitution for a credit-card scam against dozens of elderly victims.
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BTU customers warned about scam
Bryan-College Station Eagle
The scammer calls commercial customers, asks them to go to Walgreens and put a couple of hundred dollars onto a Money Pack or Green dot card, which are similar to a credit card. The caller instructs the customer to call back to make the payment, ...
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Englewood Cliffs Police issue warnings about recent phone scams
In both cases the phone scammers posed as a relative who was in trouble and needed money quickly. In Municipal Attorney E. Carter Corriston's case, the scammers posed as his grandson. The scammer spoke with Corriston's son, who contacted police.
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