Should I report a company providing legal advice when the employees of the company do not have a law license?

I was formerly employed by a company that provides immigration services and counseling to individuals and companies looking to hire foreign nationals and/or immigrate to the U.S.. While there, it was common practice for non-licensed employees to answer a client’s legal questions and submit legal documents to the government. Furthermore, there were only a handful […]

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Does using a visa gift card online instead of a credit card eliminate the risk of identity theft?

I really want to start shopping online for some things, but i have no credit card and even if i did, i would worry about using it online because of identity thieves. i was looking into using gift cards online instead and i found that to activate the card for online use, you must provide […]

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Identity theft – Bulk document shredding?

For my household accounts (medical, banking statements, etc.), I keep a file of the most recent stuff. Every few years, I clean out the file cabinet, and place the old stuff in a box and label it with the latest date of the contents. The problem is, I have a closet full of boxes of […]

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Identity Theft. Is there a risk using Instant Messenger?

I am using Yahoo instant messenger more and more. Talking to Business contacts and other people that I know nothing about. Strangers Is there any risk of theft through this form of Communication? Of course ive got the usual virus protections but am I exposing myself to something else? If so, what can I do […]

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What are fraudulent stocks and how do they work?

I’ve heard that there were several fraudulent stocks from the Chinese market. I was curious, how are they fraudulent if they were in the NYSE or NASDAQ markets in the first place? I’m not talking about OTC or Pink Sheets, I’m talking about the big dogs, like how can they pull off a scam when […]

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what should i do if i become a victim of experience identity theft to completely fix the situation?

i have heard of this problem a lot lately and credit cards ssn cards internet medical records and many other things are at risk what should i do to prevent this or fix it if i soon find my credit gone down the drain the one with the most valid info or experience gets the […]

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How will it effect my family and my relative as well if a lien is put on a home that I am buying on contract?

I asked this question under the circumstances listed below, and i got a lot of answers saying it is fraud and that we are cheating the government out of money. relative is being put in a nursing home she cannot afford. Medicare will cover the difference she cannot afford once she has no assets. She […]

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Business finance….?

1) Marginal analysis states that financial decisions should be made and actions taken only when A) demand equals supply. B) benefits equal costs. C) added benefits exceed added costs. D) added benefits are greater than zero. 2) The primary goal of the financial manager is A) minimizing risk. B) maximizing profit. C) maximizing wealth. D) […]

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as a social worker, am I legally bound to report welfare fraud?

A woman who has been the victim of DV for years and feels her children are also at risk, has saved up enough money to get out of the abusive situation by collecting welfare under three different names for the last three years. She has told me this in a private session. Am I legally […]

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If a woman fraudulently files child support on a man shouldn't she goto jail?

There have been many cases where women claims that a man is the father of a child and KNOWS that man is not the child’s father. The man often has to pay legal fees and has his wages garnished until he proves that he is not the father and the court hears the case. On […]

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Mutual fund fraud and aftermath. Need help!?

My family entercountered a problem recently. If you will bear with me I will explain it quickly. My wife and I invested 100K into a "fund." This fund is not big, having about 70 investors. Last November, I did not want to take the risk anymore so I withdrew all my money without the profit, […]

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Are Mormons involved in the 'Mormonville' scam?

"A WOMAN has defrauded Perth residents of more than million by selling shares in a bogus land development she called "Mormonville", police say. West Australian Police fraud officers, who have charged the 50-year-old registered finance broker on 24 fraud-related counts, say many of the woman’s victims were pensioners. They said the woman, from Canning Vale […]

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what countries would leave you in with a fraud enlistment charge from the US military?

i dont have a charge yet but is always a risk because i plan on lying on a medical issue to enter the military but if im caught and get a charge what countries allow me to work and live in their country also i am a dual citizen because i obtained a irish passport […]

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Is there a risk of identity theft through ordering Acai Berries online?

Someone said I am at risk with my credit now that I have ordered a Free Trial of Acai Berries from USA. Is this true?

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Can I sue a realtor for fraud?

3 years ago, my husband and I went to purchase a house. Our mortgage broker came back to us and said we needed flood insurance because we are in a flood zone. My husband and I weren’t planning to live in the house for more than a few years, so we didn’t want a home […]

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What personal information leads to identity theft?

Can my identity be stolen by just my full name, address, phone number revealed? Or do they need more like SSN, birthdate or ? I just want to prevent this from happening, I try to be careful. I shred documents. But if my full name, address and phone number is revealed, can my identity be […]

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Medical Biling Fraud?

I recently attended a consultation with my two sisters and mother with my Mom’s oncology team: seems there is a gene that she carries that could be hereditary, which would elevate our risk of cancer. Anyway, Four of us were present for this "consult"… no clinical work of any kind. A couple weeks later I […]

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Is there a statute of limitatations on bank fraud?

Back in 1975, my father took out a second mortgage on our family home (my mother’s and father’s name were on the mortagage/deed) without my mother’s knowledge. My mother found out about it after the first bill came to the house. I always wondered how he was able to obtain this loan, because I am […]

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What do i call to report benefit fraud?

Ok, as you read this, you may get the impression that i truly and deeply detest my father. Thing is, i do. Anyways, my father has done nothing but cause misery to my family, and it’s about time he stopped. Him being the lazy, layabout piece of scum he is, cannot be bothered to get […]

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Are children at risk for identity theft?

I’ve noticed that even infants and toddlers have social security numbers. Are they at risk for identity theft?

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Trap for DEMOCRATS? GOP will be target because of BUSH’s veto on child healthcare?

Just read Democrats will be targeting GOP candidates because of President Bush’s veto on child healthcare bill. If they do this, isn’t this stupid? Could this be a trap? Imagine everyone going after the candidates_some of whom might even be against Bush on this themselves_to the point of making people sick of hearing about it. […]

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What is corporate governance? Can we just avoid fraud by just a change in human nature?

Unlike the US, other countries do not have the SOX Act that gives guidelines on corporate reporting and governance, yet they still continue with their existing systems. Are they at risk then?

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Are you at risk of identity theft or something similar if someone sees something you’ve hand-drawn?

Okay. Let's just say that: You hand-draw something. There are some drawings and some of your print writing (writing in print – not cursive). If you scan that into your computer and display it on the Internet, are you at risk of identity theft or something similar, such as, someone forging your handwriting? What about […]

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Why do company executives who’ve been convicted of stock or any other type of fraud get to keep “their” money?

The boys from Enron are not the only frauds. This corruption has been happening for years. Different schemes by different names. RCA illegally borrowed money and bought stocks and ran up the prices then sold. A big reason for the American Depression. A certain few always seem to take the risk.What's the deterent ? A […]

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