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Financial fraud worth crores ‘uncovered’ in UPSRTC – Business Standard


Financial fraud worth crores 'uncovered' in UPSRTC
Business Standard
With the arrest of a private company employee, accused of manipulating the monthly season ticket (MST) scheme and hiding extra income earned, the Uttar Pradesh Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) has claimed to have uncovered an ongoing financial …

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‘Rise in financial fraud a sour point for foreign investors’ – Hindu Business Line



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'Rise in financial fraud a sour point for foreign investors'
Hindu Business Line
The increase in financial fraud over the past few years has emerged as a sour point for foreign investors in India, a new paper has said. “This menace could take disastrous proportions in corporate India if not checked by a global standard regulatory …

Rise in financial fraud sore point for foreign investors:Study – Economic Times


Rise in financial fraud sore point for foreign investors:Study
Economic Times
Listing out several challenges, the joint paper expressed concern that financial managers and accountants who understand limitations of an audit and standard auditing procedures are deliberately trying to deceive external auditors and investors by

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Scamming, skimming and financial fraud in WNC – Mountain Xpress



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Scamming, skimming and financial fraud in WNC
Mountain Xpress
KNOWING THE RISK: Scam artists are constantly finding new, ingenious ways to exploit security loopholes and gain access to consumers' personal information, from installing “skimmers” (pictured above) on unmanned points of transaction to hacking into …

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Financial fraud: Punjab cops’ brush with Darknet, Bitcoins – Hindustan Times



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Financial fraud: Punjab cops' brush with Darknet, Bitcoins
Hindustan Times
The Punjab Police are investigating their first case of financial fraud committed using the unregulated virtual currency Bitcoin to pay for information on the Darknet. A gang of four fraudsters — two operating in Punjab and two in the US — managed to

Do Some Victims Share Blame in Financial Fraud? – Financial Advisor IQ (registration)


Do Some Victims Share Blame in Financial Fraud?
Financial Advisor IQ (registration)
Clients' own greed, lack of financial sophistication and “brain alterations in older individuals” all contribute to victimization, Shirley Mueller, a physician turned financial consultant and educator, writes in the medical industry publication

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Financial fraud is hammering retirees, to the tune of $36 billion a year – CNBC



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Financial fraud is hammering retirees, to the tune of $36 billion a year
CNBC
Karla Sibert was sitting in an Iowa hospital waiting room when she got some shocking news. "The doctor just said, 'It's okay, it's okay. It's not cancer, we didn't find anything bad,' and I said 'you have no idea what I have just been through.'" It

Avoiding financial fraud or theft while traveling this summer – WJHG-TV



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Avoiding financial fraud or theft while traveling this summer
WJHG-TV
To start with, always notify your bank or financial institution before you travel out of the state or country. If you notice fraudulent charges or strange activity on your accounts or statements, call your bank right away. Check out the interview for

Four Ways To Bust Elder Financial Fraud – Forbes



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Four Ways To Bust Elder Financial Fraud
Forbes
It's not hard to sniff out how swindlers prey upon the elderly. They know they respond to mail, phone and front-door solicitations. Older people like to talk to people they don't know. Holidays are a good time to talk about scam merchants. Families get

M’ville native featured in new financial fraud documentary – nwitimes.com



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M'ville native featured in new financial fraud documentary
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Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson speaks Tuesday at the WFYI-TV offices in Indianapolis prior to the premiere of "$cammed: Investment Fraud Revealed" — a new documentary featuring victims of former money manager Marcus Schrenker, …