Cybercrime

Payza And SolidTrustPay Still Hold Zeek Assets According To Receiver

According to the court-appointed receiver of the Zeek Rewards Ponzi scheme, which has been shut down by the secret service last year, the HYIP offshore payment processors Payza and SolidTrustPay may hold even more money than originally believed. Initially it has been announced that these payment processors held more than $40 million connected to Zeek. […]

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Matthew J. Gagnon Arrested For Promoting HYIPs

It seems like nearly everyone who is participating in the so-called “HYIP industry” thinks that promoting HYIPs is completely risk free and feds are only going after those who are operating such schemes. As the recent arrest of Matthew J. Gagnon is showing, this is not true at all and feds will go after everyone […]

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Leaders of MMM-India online ponzi arrested

As reported by The Times of India and various other news sources, 3 Russian and 3 Indian nationals were arrested in India for the organization and operation of an illegal cash gifting ponzi scheme named “MMM-India” located on the site “mmmindia.in”. They were charged under the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Schemes (Banning) Act of […]

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JJ Ulrich Behind The Frederick Mann Name?

I think everyone who is watching the JustBeenPaid / JSS Tripler / Profitclicking Ponzi schemes for a while now will agree with me that Frederick Mann is nothing but some made up person for the purpose of making people believe some stupid lies in order to suck more money out of their pockets. Things always […]

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Ex-Stanford Chief Accountant Sentenced To 20 Years

Gilbert Lopez, a former chief accounting officer of R. Allen Stanford and his former controller Mark Kuhrt, were sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping concealing Stanford’s $7 billion Ponzi scheme. The men were convicted in November of conspiring to hide fraud. The sentences were imposed yesterday in Houston by U.S. District Judge David […]

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Crowdfunding Scam “Uinvest” Collapsed

Some time ago I reported that some supposed Ukrainian crowdfunding website called Uinvest, which in reality is a Ponzi scheme, organized some kind of a conference in the United States on April 29 until May 1st. Among two people who pretended to be the Uinvest CEO and the Uinvest lawyer, the scheme also managed to […]

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Benson Union HYIP Ponzi Scam Is Going South

Hard times have come for HYIP Ponzi players these days. After authorities started to act on the Profitable Sunrise Ponzi scheme and even the SEC is now going after the company as well as the promoters of the scheme, HYIP Ponzi players seem to be scared and stopped playing these money games for a while. […]

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Cybercrime

Cybercrime Team “A” David Wohl, Lotina Kelley, Loria B. Cyrus, and Christine Tamag CJA/204 May 29, 2013 Lexie Williams Difference between Cybercrime and Traditional Crime Before readers can understand the difference between cybercrimes and traditional crimes, they must know what a cybercrime is. Cybercrimes, also known as computer crimes can be described as any crime […]

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Cybercrime in Malaysia and US

The presences of computer and internet have become increasingly importance in our daily life. Our society is seen greatly entangled with computers and internet connections in a multiple ways range from rapid communications, banking and monetary transactions, public administration, social networking, information and data sharing, sales and purchase of goods and a vast array of […]

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