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Police say a man scammed a Georgia woman out of $80,000 after agreeing to marry her within a week of meeting on Match.com
35-year-old John Martin Hill was arrested by Tennessee authorities on suspicion of scamming a Georgia woman out of $80,000 in a romance scheme.
Money for loans intended to be sent from Amazon to third-party sellers was redirected by malicious actors, the company said in a UK filing.
Kraft-Heinz shares fell on news that the company will delay annual filing and restate earnings. Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, said he remains confident in the company.
Bitcoin plunged after a major crypto exchange was accused of using client money to hide $850 million of missing cash
Bitfinex drained $700 million from Tether's reserves to hide the fact it lost access to $850 million, says a lawsuit by the New York Attorney General.
The psychic industry is worth $2 billion. Here are 5 wild psychic scandals and the people behind them.
Astrology, Tarot cards, and mediums can be harmless, but some "psychics" are accused of taking advantage of vulnerable people.
Justice Department slaps Michael Avenatti with new 36-count indictment that could carry a 335-year sentence
If he's convicted, the celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti faces 335 years in prison.
A UK drugmaker’s stock crashed 80% after it was indicted for a ‘truly shameful’ opioid-addiction scheme
Indivior's shares plunged 80% after the British drugmaker was indicted for deceiving doctors about Suboxone Film, its opioid-addiction treatment.
16 books about the biggest business scams of our time — including Enron, Bernie Madoff, and Theranos
From finance to cars to sports, these books paint a picture of how business scams are built, how they crash, and how all the players are affected.
Wirecard has been the focus of a series of articles in the Financial Times in which the company alleges it used and misrepresented its business secrets.
This Andreessen Horowitz-backed startup is creating technology to bust fraudsters who make up completely fake identities
SentiLink, which creates technology to detect and prevent synthetic fraud, closed $14 million in a series A round led by Andreessen Horowitz.