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Facebook is suing a Hong Kong ad firm, claiming it hijacked people’s accounts to run millions of dollars of deceptive ads
The social media giant is suing ILikeAd Media International Company, as well as two Chinese citizens.
New documents show Trump kept 2 sets of books for his biggest property in Manhattan, pointing to potential financial fraud
The president has stubbornly battled to keep his financial affairs secret, but new documents acquired by ProPublica reveal discrepancies.
Synchrony says suspicious email blast citing Amazon didn’t involve a data breach or fraudulent activity
"Consumers do not need to take any action at this time," a Synchrony spokesperson told Business Insider.
‘Highly alarming’ email blast citing Amazon and Synchrony Bank sparks concerns about fraud, but Synchrony says no customer data was compro...
One email said a trial deposit had been made to an Amazon credit-builder account. Another email said action was required on an application.
Benjamin Netanyahu was just indicted on fraud and bribery charges, becoming the first Israeli prime minister to be indicted in office
Netanyahu is accused of receiving gifts and positive news coverage in exchange for regulatory benefits from the government.
Jeremy Shor, a former trader at Premium Point Investments, was found guilty of helping the firm's co-founder defraud investors.
How to unfreeze your Venmo account, or contact Venmo for support if you don’t know why it’s been frozen
It's easy to unfreeze a Venmo account by transferring money if you have insufficient funds, but you may need to contact Venmo otherwise.
In a major blow to Trump, a federal appeals court ruled he has to turn over his taxes to New York prosecutors
This is the second court to strike down Trump's attempt to shield his tax returns from New York state investigators.
A Colorado woman has been charged with murdering her terminally ill 7-year-old daughter and defrauding insurers out of over $500,000
Douglas County Sheriff said Kelly Renee Turner's arrest came after a year-long investigation following the death of her daughter in 2017.
Newly uncovered tax documents show Trump kept ‘2 sets of books’ and may have committed financial fraud
At least one of the filings that ProPublica obtained was made after President Donald Trump took office in 2017.