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A man who used phishing techniques to steal millions of dollars in a global business email compromise scheme received a 10-year prison term for his crimes.
As the country observes National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, learn more about the assistance and services the FBI provides victims of crime and their families.
Thinking about donating to a political action committee to support an issue or candidate? Do your research first—the FBI is seeing an increase in reports of potentially fraudulent PACs.
From a small group that started in 1996 to an organization more than 75,000 strong today, InfraGard brings together representatives from the private and public sectors to help protect our nation’s critical infrastructure from attacks.
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CEO Rick Smith believes his company will make an electric stun gun so effective that it will make the police pistol unnecessary within a decade.
The roof-mounted body panel may become detached By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs May 6, 2021 Tiffin Motorhomes is recalling 215 model year 2021 Phaeton motorhomes with a roof mounted passenger side awning. A roof-mounted body panel may have been improperly attached to the roof. The roof mounted body panel may detach and become a road hazard, increasing the risk of a crash. What to do Tiffin will notify owners, and dealers will inspect and -- if necessary -- properly adhere the body […]
The stator assembly wires may have been insufficiently crimped By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs May 6, 2021 Meritor is recalling 15 14Xe ePowertrains part numbers A-3200A2653-657, A-3200D2656-478. The stator assembly wires may have been insufficiently crimped, causing high resistance, overheating, and preventing the high voltage system from starting. A loss of power to the system may cause loss of motive power, increasing the risk of a crash. What to do Meritor will notify owners, and […]
The touchscreen on the treadmill can detach and fall By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs May 6, 2021 Peloton Interactive of New York is recalling about 1,500 Tread Treadmills. The touchscreen on the treadmill can detach and fall, posing a risk of injury. The firm is aware of 18 reports of the touchscreen loosening and six reports of the touchscreen detaching and falling. While no injuries have been reported in the U.S., there have been reports of minor injuries such as abrasions, minor cuts […]
Adult users, children, pets and objects can be pulled underneath the rear of the treadmill By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs May 6, 2021 Peloton Interactive of New York is recalling about 125,000 Pelaton Tread+ Treadmills. Adult users, children, pets and objects can be pulled underneath the rear of the treadmill, posing a risk of injury or death. A 6-year-old child recently died after being pulled under the rear of the treadmill. In addition, the firm has received 72 reports of adult […]
The steering arm and tie rod bolts may fracture By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs May 6, 2021 Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) is recalling 172 Detroit Model 2 and 3 axles. The steering arm and tie rod bolts may have a defective seam that can fracture. A fractured bolt may cause a loss of steering, increasing the risk of a crash. What to do DTNA will notify owners, and dealers will replace the tie rod arm and steering arm bolts free of charge. The recall is expected to begin June 10, […]
Under the scheme, consumers were locked into a high-interest loan By Sarah D. Young of ConsumerAffairs May 6, 2021 The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that its sending more than $273,500 in refunds to consumers who fell victim to a student debt relief scheme. The scammers, who operated under the business name Manhattan Beach Venture, charged consumers upfront fees of up to $1,400 and tricked them into believing that the payment would go towards permanently lowering or eliminating […]
Consumers eager to travel again could be victimized By Mark Huffman of ConsumerAffairs April 27, 2021 From all indications, the 2021 vacation season will be a busy one as millions of newly-vaccinated Americans who were cooped up at home for months book travel. But in the search for the best fare and hotel rate, consumers should be careful when booking and paying for trips. Scammers have reportedly launched fake booking sites, and some of these bogus sites are showing up in search engines. […]
The Better Business Bureau reports that scammers are exploiting recent proposals By Mark Huffman of ConsumerAffairs April 22, 2021 People paying off mountains of student loan debt may be heartened by arecent talk in Washington about student loan forgiveness. President Biden is reportedly studying whether he can wipe out billions of dollars of debt by executive action. But the Better Business Bureauwarns that scammers have picked up on the trend as well and hope to cash in with bogus debt […]
Consumers were harassed into paying debts they didnt owe By Sarah D. Young of ConsumerAffairs April 21, 2021 The Federal Trade Commission and the Office of the Illinois Attorney General are sending $4 million in payments to more than 10,000 consumers who were duped into giving money to the operators of a fraudulent debt collection agency. Consumers who fell victim to the scheme were tricked into paying debts that they either didnt owe or that the defendants werent authorized to collect. The […]
Scammers promise a job, but they only want your money and personal information By Sarah D. Young of ConsumerAffairs April 13, 2021 On the heels of a year in which many consumers lost their job, the Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers not to fall for job scams as they try to get back on their feet. The agency is warning that scammers are actively posting advertisements online or in print for a variety of jobs, including work-at-home jobs. Some of them might even look legitimate. They […]