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Here's How Your Business Can Stop Fraud in Its Tracks
Fraud is an ever-increasing problem for businesses, and it often starts with identity. Stop fraud in its tracks by recognizing the threat and putting preventative measures in place.
Yes, You Are Getting Scammed. How to Combat Fraud and Increase Efficiency
Fraud always has been and always will be. When it comes to the public sector, the customer is an entire nation of people — and everyone deserves a better identity-proofing experience.
How This California Scammer Used the Competitive Real Estate Market to Steal Millions
Adolfo Schoneke, his sister Bianca Gonzalez and other co-conspirators orchestrated a scheme that spanned years.
Three Men Behind Last Year's $100 Million Publicly Traded New Jersey Deli Charged In Alleged Stock Fraud Campaign
The orchestrated scheme helped a local New Jersey deli sport a market capitalization of $100 million.
'I Gave Him My Life Savings': Investors Sue Swindler Selling Tiny Homes on TikTok for Fraud
Matt Sowash, founder of the Colorado-based nonprofit Holy Ground Tiny Homes, is facing two lawsuits.
Prosecutors Say This Mother-Daughter Duo Disputed $850,000 In Real Transactions To Get Free Stuff
The Long Island mother and daughter are being charged with larceny and fraud.
Video Ad Tech You Can't Ignore
Just as video is keeping the online advertising landscape under its reign, video ad tech stays in the limelight as one of the key staples affecting video ad campaign effectiveness.
Men Charged in Phony Sports-Memorabilia Scheme Spanning More Than a Decade
Among the allegedly forged items are paintings, baseballs, baseball bats, celebrity photographs and books, record albums and more.
Secret Service Has Seized More Than $100 Million in Crypto Over the Past 7 Years
The Secret Service is keeping close tabs on fraudulent activity, seizing more than $102 million in crypto in 254 cases since 2015.
Former Yale Administrator Stole More Than $40 Million From the University to Fund Lavish Lifestyle
The ex-employee's real-estate purchases include three Connecticut properties and a property in Georgia.
What European Business Owners Need to Know About E-Commerce Fraud
Retailers must find a balance between fraud losses, fraud prevention costs, and lost sales.
Fraud Detection In Fintech: How To detect And Prevent Frauds In the Lending Industry
Availing of a personal loan through a digital lending app is relatively easier, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, increasing the number of personal loan scams
How Fraudsters Steal Your Data in the Digital Age
Companies and individuals need to take steps to protect themselves from fraud.
The Technologies Consumers Can Use to Combat Fraud
Consumer identity theft and online fraud are at an all-time high.
Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes Admits to Inaccuracies in Her First Major Cover Story
The ex-CEO was confronted with inaccuracies in an article that discussed Theranos' technological capabilities.