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Answered: Fraud of credit card use

The very first thing you need to do is call the credit card company and dispute the charges in order to get those off of your bill. You have to protect yourself here. The heat may or may not fall to the person who created the charges but that's the way that cookie crumbles. They shouldn't have ...

Answered: Fraud

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: What does PSA mean

PSA (medical term) is a test for Prostate-Specific Antigen. A high number indicates probable prostate cancer. PSA (Airline) was Pacific Southwest Airlines, now part of US Airways. There's also another regional carrier named PSA, also part of US Airways.

Answered: What does text symbol W mean?

In proofreading, WW means wrong word. Wdy means wordy. In texting, W can mean with. W8 is wait.

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: 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.
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New in Adobe CS5 vs CS3?

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What does this asa mean for example... John Smith asa Michael Jones

I think you mean aka or a.k.a. which means "also known as".

Fraud

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

What does tanner mean

In British usage, a tanner was a sixpence, and a bob was a shilling.