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Elon Musk’s Reaction to Doge Founder Markus’s Comment on Crypto Scams

Cryptocurrencies have earned a bad rap since their inception, according to Markus’ tweet, with many people, notably traditional financial players, using derogatory words to describe the asset class. Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, responded to Markus’ message with a “rolling on the floor laughing” emoji, which the latter complimented as incredibly clever.

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Tinder Romance Scam Update: A Scam Artist Might Escape Prison Time Again!

Clark was charged with second-degree theft in Montgomery County. He had scammed a woman for more than $3000 and pleaded guilty to a lesser charge. He also agreed to repay the amount. However, she did not get a single penny! Clark also pleaded guilty to felony theft as a habitual offender last November. He agreed to charge three iPhones that were worth $3,300 from a Woman’s Verizon account, that too without her permission.

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Victims of Romance Scams Are Made To Feel Like Criminals By Banks

The rise in online dating, as well as “lockdown loneliness”, led to a huge increase in online romance scams. More than a third of people who dated online were asked for money, according to a survey. Moreover, it has been released that in the first half of 2021, £15.1m was lost to romance scammers, which is a 62% increase compared to 2020.

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Online Scams: Imposter, Lottery & Online Dating Scams

One thing you need to keep in mind is that if you ever receive such messages, never react so quickly. Take a deep breath and try not to panic. Contact your bank and tell them about the mail. They will tell you whether it is a fake one or not. Banks never really send emails like these, so it is going to be fake in 99% of the cases

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Crypto Scams
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The NASAA’s Input on Cryptocurrency and Romance Scams

When your potential “date” has taken the conversation to another application, he then lures the person into installing a fake app or encrypted apps on their phones that leave them open to stealing. Scammers take very large steps to create these fake apps that look exactly like the real ones.

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Fathers Day Scam
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Recent Studies Indicate Rapid Rise in Father’s Day Scams

One of the most prevalent Father’s Day frauds includes e-cards, which are ideal for those of us who put off sending a Father’s Day card until the last minute. Because of the difficulties of purchasing traditional greeting cards during the Coronavirus pandemic, a significant increase in the number of e-cards delivered for Father’s Day was seen.

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