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04.06.20

Coronavirus: Cyber criminals threaten to hold hospitals to ransom - Interpol

Interpol warns that ransomware attacks could lead directly to deaths as healthcare resources are stretched by the crisis.



04.06.20

Investors want money back from alleged $33 million crypto fraud

A former stock broker has already been charged with wire fraud and money laundering. A group of investors is targeting his company's co-founders, too.



03.26.20

The US took its first enforcement action against coronavirus-related fraud

Amid all the other woes brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, there is also the problem of fraudsters trying to profit from people's fear.



03.26.20

Florida Trainer Alfredo Lichoa Among Five Charged By Feds In Money-Laundering Scheme

A money-laundering investigation conducted by the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York.



03.26.20

Banking Bots: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

Digital fraud continues to flourish, with recent surveys finding that security breaches have increased 67 percent since 2014 and 11 percent since 2018.



03.26.20

US Stimulus Plan Is Steadying Global Markets While Crypto Takes a Dip

The $2 trillion stimulus deal in the U.S. wasn't enough to keep many cryptocurrencies from taking a dip Wednesday.



09.19.19

PAC operator pleads guilty to fraud

Kelley Rogers, who raised millions with red-meat conservative pitches but spent little on politics, admits he cheated donors.



09.19.19

58 Charged Across Texas For Involvement In Healthcare Fraud And 'Pill Mill' Operations

Federal prosecutors announced what they called a major takedown against healthcare fraud, not only in North Texas but statewide.



09.19.19

Covering up the corruption: GOP tries to block probe of Mike Pence's Ireland trip

Mike Pence spent $600,000 on limousine rides so he could stay at Trump's resort in Ireland. Republicans don't care



09.19.19

Baltimore Defense Attorney Kenneth Ravenell Indicted For Racketeering, Drug, Money Laundering Conspiracies

A federal grand jury has indicted a Baltimore defense attorney for racketeering, drug and money laundering conspiracies.



09.19.19

When to Dispute a Credit Card Charge vs. Filing a Fraud Complaint

As soon as you spot a transaction that doesn't seem to belong on your credit or debit card, your pulse starts to quicken, right?



09.18.19

Dutch banks to work together in fight against money laundering

Dutch banks are sharing expertise and resources to help reduce money laundering through their accounts



09.18.19

Former El Paso City Council candidate arrested in debit-card fraud ring case

A former candidate for El Paso City Council is among five people arrested in connection with a debit-card fraud ring, police officials said Monday.



09.18.19

Pittsburgh lobbyist faces additional charges in unfolding fraud investigation

Authorities filed additional felony charges Tuesday in an unfolding fraud investigation into a Pittsburgh lobbyist who cast himself as "the Robin Hood" of Washington, D.C.



09.18.19

Chinese youth are falling for age-old fraud

It's one of the oldest scams in the book - a caller says your kids are in trouble and asks for money. The surprise is that many people, often the elderly, still fall for this age-old trick.



09.18.19

Elizabeth Warren Declared War on Corruption in the Heart of Lower Manhattan

Corruption is not merely unethical or undemocratic. It gets people killed.



09.17.19

Elizabeth Warren's first priority as president: ending government corruption

Warren's bold plan to crack down on corruption in Washington, explained.



09.17.19

Crypto Firms Assess How to Comply With Anti-Money-Laundering Standards

The cryptocurrency industry is rushing to comply with new anti-money-laundering standards that require exchanges and other firms to share information about their customers.



09.17.19

BBC Equities fraud scheme remains one of area's biggest

The allegations made in the Gjonaj case, in scope, could mirror that of BBC Equities LLC, a Southfield-based investment firm that was an acronym for the Billionaire Boys Club, and Bravata Financial Group LLC, which took in $53 million from about 500 investors from 2006-09.



09.17.19

UT audit says fraud scheme cost school $1.6 million

An internal audit has found that the former facilities director at the University of Texas School of Law who faces felony charges cost the university nearly $1.6 million in a fraud scheme, according to a memorandum released Friday.



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