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States fight back against financial scams aimed at seniors – Tribune-Review



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States fight back against financial scams aimed at seniors
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Virginia resident Art Hurme, left, shows his wife, Sally, the reloadable debit cards that he purchased to pay scammers who conned him out of $3,000 earlier this year. States are trying to beef up consumer laws protecting seniors against financial fraud
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Baker McKenzie Partner Kenneth Jull on Corporate Crime in Canada – Corporate Crime Reporter


Baker McKenzie Partner Kenneth Jull on Corporate Crime in Canada
Corporate Crime Reporter
Will Canada follow the lead of the United States and introduce deferred and non prosecution agreements to settle major corporate crime cases? If it were up to Kenneth Jull, Canada would. Jull is a partner at Baker & McKenzie in Toronto. He also teaches

More than Half of Internet Users Fear Financial Fraud when Shopping Online … – Web Host Industry Review


More than Half of Internet Users Fear Financial Fraud when Shopping Online
Web Host Industry Review
Financial fraud seems to be the chief concern of Internet users surveyed, as 42 percent report that they would use online payment systems more often if they felt better protected from cyber fraud. Thirty-seven percent of users have stopped a

Federal Courts Have Authority to Review Deferred Prosecution Agreements – Corporate Crime Reporter


Federal Courts Have Authority to Review Deferred Prosecution Agreements
Corporate Crime Reporter
“To be sure, corporate deferred prosecution agreements are a fairly recent phenomenon, and the vast bulk of these agreements have been approved, sometimes after hearings, but often without hearings or written decisions. Yet some courts have issued …

Man charged with identity theft, financial card fraud – Jacksonville Daily News



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Man charged with identity theft, financial card fraud
Jacksonville Daily News
Kevin James Bell, 26, of Tarawa Boulevard in Tarawa Terrace was arrested Wednesday by Richlands Police Department on four charges of identity theft and four charges of misdemeanor financial card fraud. The official at the Richlands Volunteer EMS …
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Police need help in locating white collar crime suspect – KOKH FOX25


Police need help in locating white collar crime suspect
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The Oklahoma City Police Department needs the public's help in finding the man who broke into a car at the Earlywine Aquatic Center parking lot and stole several ID's and credit cards. They released surveillance video Wednesday that they hope will

DuPont to Pay $1.2 Million to Settle West Virginia Air Pollution Charges – Corporate Crime Reporter


DuPont to Pay $1.2 Million to Settle West Virginia Air Pollution Charges
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E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company will pay a $1.75 million civil penalty to settle charges that it released harmful levels of hazardous substances at its Belle, West Virginia facility. Several of the releases posed significant risk to people or the

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ASIC bid for tougher fines – The Australian


ASIC bid for tougher fines
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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission said it had widened a previous study into corporate crime penalties in other countries, and called for the government to ramp up penalties so at the least those caught breaking the law could not do