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Authorities warn that abbreviating "2020" on documents could leave you vulnerable to fraud 

 

The new year has just begun, providing a new opportunity for scam artists to forge documents. Authorities are warning that shortening "2020" to just "20" could leave you vulnerable to fraud.

If you wrote a signed check dated "1/3/20," for example, a scammer could easily change the date to read "2019," "2000," or any other year from this century. The scammers could use this change to try and cash an old check or forge an unpaid debt.

CBS News

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12-Jan-2020


Todd Chrisley's estranged daughter Lindsie Chrisley speaks out on family's legal drama 

 

Lindsie Chrisley is speaking out on the heels of her reality television star dad and his wife being indicted on tax evasion and other federal charges this week.

“Lindsie would like to thank all of her fans and supporters. The circumstances Todd and Julie find themselves in, is quite unfortunate," her Atlanta-based attorney Musa Ghanayem released in a statement on her behalf. “It was reported that Lindsie was the source of the information that led to her father’s arrest. That is untrue."

USA Today

Tags: $, Arrest, Celebrity, Charge, Family, Fraud, Investigation, Lifestyle, Parental Crime, Scam, Tax, Theft, TV Swatch

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16-Aug-2019


Alleged Capital One hacker went by alias 'erratic' 

 

Federal authorities in Washington state said they caught the person who hacked into Capital One’s computers and made off with the personal information of more than 100 million people.

Paige A. Thompson, 33, aka “erratic” online, is charged with computer fraud and abuse after authorities said she took advantage of a misconfigured firewall to access the bank’s credit card customer data, the Department of Justice announced Monday.

Fox Business

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30-Jul-2019