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Vulnerable to fraud
The healthcare fraud in the US involving the British drug-maker GlaxoSmithKline places before Pakistan a worrying picture of its own pharmaceutical industry.
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Latest Craigslist internet scam could cost you big $$
Craigslist. It's a great place to pick up a bargain. But crooks are finding new ways to use it to their advantage.
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Credit card 'cloning' is a growing form of identity theft
Lexington financial crimes detective Gene Haynes swiped a credit card through an innocuous black card reader known as a "skimmer." Less than a second later, two lines of illuminating text showed up in a Microsoft Word document on his computer screen.
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Nigerian scam emails 'deliberately implausible'
New research from Microsoft suggests that email scammers maximise profits by entrapping only the most gullible.
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Alert: Aflac Name Used In Counterfeit Check Scam
It has been reported that Aflac's name is being used in a fraudulent financial scam.
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Cyber crime is as big as terrorism
Cyber crime is as big a threat to the western world as terrorism, a US official has stated.
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Fraud cases on rise for local debit card users
6 financial institutions added extra security measures last month.
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Portable credit card terminals used in fraud
When you pay a restaurant bill at your table using a point-of-sale machine, are you sure its legit?
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ATM Pins Tied to Financial Fraud
How debit card consumers choose and use their personal passwords and PIN numbers may well hike their risk of being victimized by financial fraud.
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Facebook fraud fools fans
More than 20,000 people, were taken in by a fake Richard Kahui Facebook page before the person behind it admitted to their online lies but authorities are warning it is only a matter of time before Facebook frauds face prosecution.
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