Fraud

  • Someone Stole your Phone?

    … Identity theft can happen to anyone. Last week the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published an article based on a true story from one if its fraud investigators who had her phone stolen. She provided tips you can take to protect your digital identity: Smart Phone: Lock your phone. Use at least a 6-digit passcode on your device, or use…

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  • Identity Theft in Texas: Laws and Consequences

    … Demystifying Identity Theft in Texas Identity theft has increased rapidly because the popularity of online transactions makes it easy to steal a person’s identity. According to records from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, in 2014, 7 percent of Americans aged above 16 years were victims of identity theft. In 2009, reports by the Federal Trade…

    Matthew Sharp/ The Law Office of Matthew D. Sharp- 18 readers -
  • 3 Types of Fraud and How They Are Pursued in Texas

    … 3 Types of Fraud and How They Are Pursued in Texas Posted by Matthew Sharp under Fraud July 13, 2016 3 Fraud Crimes in Texas Being accused of committing fraud in Texas is a very serious matter. These kinds of charges can lead to your arrest and you may have to undergo a trial as a result. The fact is that Texas courts and law enforcement take…

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  • ASUS Settles FTC Charges Routers Put Consumers’ Privacy At Risk

    … from a Web browser. Similarly, the complaint alleges that the AiDisk service did not encrypt the consumer’s files in transit, and its default privacy settings provided – without explanation – public access to the consumer’s storage device to anyone on the Internet. In February 2014, hackers used readily available tools to locate vulnerable ASUS…

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 16 readers -
  • FINRA Files Complaint Against Cantone Research Inc. for Fraudulent Promissory Notes

    … for misconduct involving unauthorized transactions, and a separate “scheme” involving financial misconduct; 2) Brogdon had been indicted for racketeering, theft, and Medicaid fraud; 3) Brogdon had been found liable for breaching a stock repurchase guarantee agreement; and 4) several entities controlled by Brogdon had filed for bankruptcy…

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