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Credit card fraud can happen several ways. Your card could be lost or stolen and used to purchase goods and services. A criminal could obtain your card number and expiry date and use this information to buy merchandise by phone or over the Internet. Or criminals could tamper with payment terminals ...

Answered: Can I get in trouble for resume fraud if I simply up-play my job

Sorry Crystal...but only politicians are allowed to lie....

Answered: How can I turn someone in that claims they were injured in a car accident

Were you there? Did you witness the accident? Then how do you know? Stop and think before setting out to destry someone's life.

Answered: How much does VA Fraud cost each year

It's hard to tell, considering how many veterans the VA screws over every year.

Answered: Fraud in lead generation or sales referral ...

There is a type of fraud that has to do with selling large lists of people's information to companies to use as sales leads. The unfortunate part, besides selling people's private info, is that these lists sell for a lot of money but yield low results since the lists are random and not usually from ...

Answered: Attempt to cash check on closed account

As a rule a bank will not cash a check on a closed account. One reason you want to check your local laws is a person who closes an account knowingly leaving outstanding checks may not only civil liable but criminal charges may be brought for issuing a bad check. It is always best to check the ...
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Fraud

Hi there: AOL will never ask you for your username, password, or any other private account information in an email we send to you. For additional information about spam and phishing emails and what to do if you receive one, please refer to the article below. How do I spot an email phishing ...

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You are liable my friend, BUT not only you, this scam is a chain of effect. Everybody is affected, disappointed.......

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There have been a number of fake emails like that. It's probably not AOL. You can forward the email to abuse@aol.com.