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How EMV credit cards will protect you from financial fraud – USA TODAY



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How EMV credit cards will protect you from financial fraud
USA TODAY
If you've recently received a new credit card equipped with a shiny little microprocessor chip, you might feel a twinge of panic. If your old card was working fine, you wonder, why did your issuer send you a new one? That chip is part of your credit
Using credit/debit cards safetyWJXT Jacksonville

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Feds Charge BAE Systems Unit with False Claims – Corporate Crime Reporter


Feds Charge BAE Systems Unit with False Claims
Corporate Crime Reporter
BAE is a subsidiary of BAE Systems Inc., headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, which is owned by BAE Systems plc, a global defense, security and aerospace company headquartered in London. BAE is located in Sealy, Texas. bae. In 2008, the Army Tactical …

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California Man Headed To Prison For Financial Fraud – KOLO



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California Man Headed To Prison For Financial Fraud
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RENO, NV – A California man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for possession of a fraud lab. 33-year-old Steve Jose Gil of Turlock, CA was sentenced in Washoe District Court after pleading guilty earlier this year to one count of establishing or …
California Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for Financial FraudKTVN
Man sentenced to 15 years for possession of Reno fraud labKRNV My News 4

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Legislation Introduced to Protect Whistleblowers in Criminal Antitrust Cases – Corporate Crime Reporter



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Legislation Introduced to Protect Whistleblowers in Criminal Antitrust Cases
Corporate Crime Reporter
The Criminal Antitrust Anti-Retaliation Act seeks to protect whistleblowers in criminal antitrust cases by prohibiting employers from retaliating against an employee who provides information to the Department of Justice regarding conduct that violates

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Financial fraud-fighters set up shop in Tampa – Tampa Bay Business Journal



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Financial fraud-fighters set up shop in Tampa
Tampa Bay Business Journal
The local talent pool and geography helped Tampa score a win with an expanding company that's in the sweet spot of the financial industry. Matrix-Exzac has opened an office in Tampa to support the work it does to help banks comply with …

Biotech Industry Organization Renames Itself – Corporate Crime Reporter


Biotech Industry Organization Renames Itself
Corporate Crime Reporter
Documents released by Syngenta on June 8 include a letter from Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant to Syngenta, suggesting as a part of a Monsanto-Syngenta corporate merger that, “We would also propose a new name for the combined company to reflect its …

Sheriff: ‘She can walk,’ daughter in murder case suspected of fraud – Springfield News-Leader



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Sheriff: 'She can walk,' daughter in murder case suspected of fraud
Springfield News-Leader
… Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott announced at a press conference that the daughter, Gypsy R. Blancharde – who friends and neighbors believed to be disabled – can walk without assistance and the family has been running a long financial fraud scheme.
Fraud alleged as daughter in murder case 'can walk'USA TODAY
"Disabled" daughter now murder suspect amid fraud allegations10TV
Missouri woman charged in mom's murder suspected of lifelong scamsfox2now.com
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Hebrew Homes Health Network and Former President to Pay $17 Million to … – Corporate Crime Reporter


Hebrew Homes Health Network and Former President to Pay $17 Million to
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As part of the settlement, Zubkoff has agreed to resign as Hebrew Homes' Executive Director and to no longer be an employee of the company. Hebrew Homes has entered into a five-year corporate integrity agreement with HHS-OIG, and has agreed to …

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Feds Get Aggressive In Pursuit Of Their White Collar Criminal Theory – Case Of … – Forbes


Feds Get Aggressive In Pursuit Of Their White Collar Criminal Theory – Case Of
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Despite the general belief that no corporate executives go to prison, the feds have gotten quite aggressive in pursuing whitecollar cases. Recent cases have shown the government's willingness to use wiretaps, hidden microphones, informants and …

5 steps for seniors to avoid financial fraud – MyCentralJersey.com



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5 steps for seniors to avoid financial fraud
MyCentralJersey.com
The state Division of Consumer Affairs said one in five Americans over age 65 are victims of financial fraud, costing more than $2.6 billion per year. Seniors are targeted through the Internet, mail and phone. They're even visited at home or at
Growing form of elder abuse: Financial scamsCliffviewpilot.com

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