Friday, June 21, 2024
Elvis Presley's iconic Graceland estate faces foreclosure in a saga allegedly orchestrated by a Nigerian scammer. The controversy, involving Naussany Investments & Private Lending LLC, prompts scrutiny and legal action.
Sixty Indian youths returned to Delhi after being trafficked to Cambodia, where they were tortured and forced into cyber scams. Up to 300 Indians rebelled in Sihanoukville, demanding an investigation and a safe return to India.
According to data from the Federal Trade Commission, scam text messages cost Americans a total of $9 billion in 2022. For most people, who can detect scam texts from...
Investigators from the Sub-Directorate for Combating Irregular Migration arrested French police officers involved in a massive forgery scam. Authorities in France have arrested and charged eight individuals, including two...
The FBI has issued a public service announcement warning about sextortion scams that utilize 'deepfakes'. The agency has observed an increase in the number of victims reporting sextortion cases since April of this year.
According to author and commentator James Lindsay, corporations that go woke are acting like a 'racketeering scam'. The boycott against corporations that tried to push left-wing sex and gender ideology on their customers opens...
According to neuropsychologist Bernhard Sabel of Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, a new fake-paper detector has revealed that one-third of scientific papers are made up. When neuropsychologist Bernhard Sabel put his new fake-paper detector...
According to railway sources, a huge scam in the purchase of diesel by the North East Frontier Railway has been exposed following an audit of HSD purchase. A routine preventive check by the Vigilance...
The International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education, the Journal of Positive School Psychology, and the International Journal of Control and Automation are a few of the real-sounding, fake journals that are a part of the racket that Indian PHDs and professors are paying to publish in.
With the help of US-based Aunt and Russian software, the West Delhi brothers duped 20,000 Americans, mostly senior citizens, in a $10 million scam.