• Cobalt International Energy Out of the Woods? (FCPA Whistleblower Post)

    Cobalt International Energy is a petroleum exploration and production company based in Houston. Despite its U.S. roots, it has interests in the west coast of Africa. Gabon and Angola to be precise. Several years ago, the company announced it had discovered oil offshore of Angola. What should have been cause for celebration wasn’t.

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  • Anatomy of a Ponzi Scheme – BitConnect Scam Post

    A class action lawsuit filed against several promoters details the sudden rise and fall of BitConnect. If the cryptocurrency start up’s figures are correct, almost $2.5 billion of investor monies was wiped out in just a few hours. The meteoric rise and subsequent crash of BitConnect highlights the dangers in cryptocurrency investing.

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  • Small Business Set Asides & Minority Businesses & GSA’s Alliant 2

    The U.S. General Services Administration is spending money on information technology. Lots of money! As the nation still reels from Russian election meddling and North Korean hacking scandals, Uncle Sam wants to modernize its IT infrastructure. Over the next 10 years, the GSA has invited 81 small businesses to participate in $15 billion of government spending.

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  • Til Death Do Us Part – NY Estate Tax Evasion Whistleblower Post

    One of the things that make this nation special is our belief in the American dream. That dream is part of our national ethos. Anyone can work hard and achieve greatness. In the Declaration of Independence we find the words, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that amon ...

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  • Money Laundering, Drug Trafficking & Whistleblower Awards…

    The title of this post “Money Laundering, Drug Trafficking & Whistleblower Awards” sounds like a John le Carre´ novel. When we mention the story involves Mexican drug cartels, one can also easily see a James Bond movie adaptation. It is a real-life story, however, and involves the U.S. subsidiary of Rabobank pleading guilty to criminal conspiracy and paying a $368 million fine.

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  • Takata Airbag Injury Claim Center

    Part One – AIRBAG INJURY CLAIMS (All Vehicle Owners) Part Two – History of Takata Airbag Problems Part Three – Class Action Case for Certain VW, Audi, Mercedes, GM, Jeep, Dodge & Chrysler Owners Part Four – Information for Whistleblowers (Auto Industry & Takata Insiders) Part Five – General Information & Video Links TAKATA AIRBAG INJURY CLAIMS (Part One) Takata airbags are suspe.

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  • Frontier Communications Fraud – “The Wells Fargo of the Internet?”

    Frontier Communications has transitioned from a rural telephone provider to today being the 4th largest provider of digital subscriber line in the U.S. The company also offers Internet and digital TV service. In recently unsealed whistleblower complaint, a Frontier subsidiary is accused of defrauding taxpayers.

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  • Takata Airbag Bankruptcy Update

    Takata sold defective airbags for years. We believe the Japanese airbag supplier knew its products were defective at least as early as 2002 or 2004. There is evidence that they falsified test data and discussed how to cover their tracks. The right thing to do would have to alert regulators and dealers and warn the public.

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