What Do You Think – TIME's List of Top 10 Risky Tax Return Moves?

1. Intentionally Creating Your Own Losses A South Carolina man intentionally burned down his home after his wife had an affair and instead of raking in the losses he was arrested for arson and got no money back. 2. Going Without Receipts One should always keep reciepts, especially for medical or big purchases. A man […]

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Does using the phrase "in my opinion" or IMO on message boards shield a person from fraud?

On the Yahoo Finance Message Boards, there are a number of posters who are known as "bashers" or "pumpers" who continually post false or deliberately misleading information, for the purpose of influencing trading behavior of the readers of the boards. In other words, if they want you to sell, they will tell you how bad […]

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How do I know shes not using me for a greencard?

This is going to be a long. Please help me , i have no one else to turn to , this is a very serious issue here. I appreciate this, Thanks. Heres the issue, I met a girl whom is much younger then me. She is from another country but she is here now working […]

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ICE ARRESTS 54 PREVIOUSLY DEPORTED ALIENS WITH PRIOR CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS WILL ACUL & SPLC FILE LAWSUITS?

Team members made arrests in the following New York counties: Bronx, Kings, New York, Orange, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester. Individuals arrested were nationals of Belize, the Bahamas, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, and St. Kitts. Those arrested include: – A 44-year-old from the Dominican Republic previously convicted of […]

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What happens if a violation of federal securities laws is serious enough to merit criminal prosecution?

If a violation of federal securities laws is serious enough to merit criminal prosecution, the Fraud Section of the Secutities and Exchange Commission prosecutes the action? Is this True?

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For Legal Eagles: The Movie "Fargo"?

One thing I’ve always wondered is what happens to Jerry Lundegaard after the conclusion of "Fargo," other than he faces a laundry list of charges. Specifically, what charges does he face? Does he get charged with murder (maybe second degree murder)? What sort of fraud charges would he face? (It appears he was involved in […]

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What do you think of The illegal who escaped prosecution in vehicular homicide, the death of motorcyclist?

DALTON — Ismael Lopez-Rodriguez was charged in August of 2009 with second degree vehicular homicide, a misdemeanor, in the death of motorcyclist Audie Burnette of Chatsworth after he pulled in front of Burnette on the South Bypass. Just over three months later he was taken from jail and deported from the Dalton area — and […]

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Is Republican Greer just another example of the sleeze that lives in Florida?

Florida has a wonderfully sleazy history, crime on the uptick, and pressure to delay criminal prosecution from outside states. It is the white collar crime capital of the world. Maddow, Rothstein, etc. When somebody commits fraud, embezzles, steals, Guess where they move? To Florida. Central Florida. Orlando – Home of Amway. The worldwide Jesus Marketing […]

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If you purchase a house and close it as a primary residence instead of as an investment property…?

and not move there to live right after it closes but rent it out instead, would you get into trouble for that for committing fraud according to my lender because I have signed an agreement which states that "it is not permissible to represent to the lender that you will occupy the property as your […]

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Did anyone hear about the republican voter registration chief being arrested?

This is only a part of the article, you can see the entire article by clicking on the link i have provided below. I found this on fox news and they are completely for republicans but even they could not hide this story. All of the investigations they have been doing on acorn and right […]

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Case holding testimony from criminal trial can be used as against interest of party opponent in civil trial?

I am Federal Court her and I’m dealing with Fed Rule of Evidence 801. I am P and I want to offer my D’s testimony from a previous criminal prosecution against him. There was a conspiracy to commit fraud-like acts and my current D turned state’s witness on his co-conspirators and testified that he was […]

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BetterBusBur=Zip.Model search@Celebritiesresulted in check forgery charge–what recourse do I have ?

My good friend received an official-looking check by special delivery after having submitted photos in a model search contest, ostensibly as compensation for the photos and future modeling assignments to be carried out by his children(no not pornographic). While trying to cash this check he was arrested on forgery charges after merely inquiring about the […]

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can someone please tell me what this means???

"These civil proceedings do not prevent criminal prosecution for the alleged act of retail fraud." i got my civil demand letter… ( i got caught shoplifting.. ) 🙁 i feel horrible and dumb already and i cant understand half of things this letter say… does that mean i wont get pressed criminal charges if i […]

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what is this asking?

Have you avoided prosecution/conviction of any of the crimes involving theft, fraud, breach of trust, money laundering, dishonesty, illegal manufacture, sale, distribution or trafficking of controlled substances by entering a program which involved the suspension or eventual dismissal of charges or criminal prosecution against you in exchange for your agreement to enter treatment, rehabilitation, restitution, […]

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Why does the CARS system consider your computer property of the United States Government?

https://supplierpayments.esc.gov/OA_HTML/RF.jsp?function_id=28716&resp_id=-1&resp_appl_id=-1&security_group_id=0〈_code=US&params=1QjBbvK328ZbUaSUNj3kbu7K3gvpagsk17LptZc1LOg This application provides access to the DoT CARS system. When logged on to the CARS system, your computer is considered a Federal computer system and is the property of the United States Government. It is for authorized use only. Users (authorized or unauthorized) have no explicit or implicit expectation of privacy. Any or all […]

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