Beware Of This Text Scam That Could Cost You Thousands Of Dollars

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There is a new cellphone text scam circulating that could drain your entire bank account with no chance of recovery.

Fraudsters will send text messages to your phone using your bank’s phone number, requesting you call fraud prevention line to confirm your identity. They’ll make you confirm your bank details, which will give them access to all your funds.

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If I go to Brazil, I will be dead in 48 hours’: What boss of failed £70m EcoHouse property investment scheme told investors

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its been nearly a year and reports are still arriving at our office about Eco House and its scam.

About 50 people sit in a cold, dingy room at the back of a West Midlands hotel. Some have travelled hundreds of miles to be here, while others are local. There are couples in their 70s; the youngest person seems to be about 30.

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Beware of Ponzi-like gold scams

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This azrticle was sent to us by BullionStar.com

Even the gold bullion market is not spared from fly-by-night operators and Ponzi scam artists. Here are simple tips to avoid being fooled.

Beware of Ponzi-like gold scamsAlways remember, caveat emptor (buyer beware)

It is important for each one of us to do due diligence, in whatever endeavors we undertake. When it comes to precious metals investing, for example, you could not afford to think that just because the investment is sound, it follows that you can’t go wrong.

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Be carefull, does this make any sense. The Singapore Binary Option Scam

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We are really curious how this guy by the name Jake Shen make million of dollars by his method. The method is clearly binary option trading. I will be taking up binary option trading course to understand more how it works. In the meantime, let find out together is The Singapore Method a Scam? As far as I concern I can smell lot fishy stuff and red flags all over. The sweetening bait of $10000 is offer by Jake Shen if you can’t make money by his method.
Do you believe someone would give away $10000 just like that. No I don’t and I’m not affiliate of his product or promoting it.

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More Singapore businesses fall prey to e-mail impersonation scams

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Businesses in Singapore have lost around $19 million so far this year, after falling prey to a fast-growing scam where hackers impersonate company executives or business partners in e-mails.

The culprits use spoofed e-mail accounts that closely resemble genuine e-mail addresses to communicate with victims and ask for money.

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Don’t sign or commit to any other contract & Don’t risk further money.

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Have Bad Investment Decisions Eroded Your Savings? You are not alone? Doing nothing about it may not be the best option. 80% of financially injured victims suffer in silence. The rest 20% act to seek legal restitution.
Create A Crowd & Learn About Your Rights For A Refund At Our Cost – If you belong to the 20% – We Would Like To Hear From You!

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LITIGATION UPDATE: NAX CAPITAL – NIXDORF AX – HOLDINGS

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NAX-capital-yourvoice-asiaITRA can now confirm we are in contact with ex staff preparing to make Queens Counsel Evidence regarding the fraudulent activity of NAX CAPITAL and AX Holdings.

We now have substantial evidence these organisations are one of the same. We will be attempting to gain hearing in the Supreme Court of the Philippines before Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.

ax-holdings-yourvoice-asiaWe are currently attempting as a matter of urgency to contact the last fifteen (15) AX HOLDINGS / TREASURES victims residing within the Republic of Singapore before assessing the case for trial.

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US Timeshare owners lose million`s

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SILVER SPRING, MD  – “I won a trip, so I asked a girlfriend to go with me,” Sheridan Hill said.

Hill has a passion for travel. In December 2014, she even flew to Florida to sit through a timeshare pitch just to get a free trip. “I kept telling myself you’re not going to buy anything, don’t buy anything, don’t buy anything!  But, you kinda get sucked in,” she said. Sheridan thought she’d have a place to getaway and make a little money, too. One year later, she was thrilled when the Resort Property Management company or RPM, called to assure her they had clients to rent her timeshare. “And, they said that they would rent it out at $2100 a week,” she said. Anchor and consumer correspondent Lesli Foster said, “The thing that roped you in was the promise of money.”

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