PRIVATE INVESTIGATION BLOG
It seems that fraud can find its way to anyone’s heart. A lady whose job is to detect financial fraud has been found out to have committed fraud using bogus cheques, fake IDs, and phony credit cards together with her husband last month. The couple resides in Ajax.
Do you know that 22% of fraud cases worldwide equals a loss of at least a million dollars? The median global loss is at $145,000 per case which could explain why and how organizations report losing around 5% of their revenue to fraud. This is certainly not a small number, because this means global loss to fraud is at $3.7 trillion USD (yes, that’s trillion!).
How safe are your internet browsers? If you’re using Google and Microsoft, chances are that you’re not as safe as you may think according to a recent study by FraudLogix.
Much like any activist group, mass inception and global identity and recognition doesn’t happen over night. Individuals aligning themselves to these causes and finding like-minded groups take time. Through their tenacity and perseverance, their popular following is expanding at a rapid pace.
Are you worried that your spouse or partner may be hiding assets from you? If so, read our latest article to learn some of the tell tale signs.
Peel Police have been warning people for a few months now about the numerous ploys used by scam artists, including the fake calls from the CRA (Canadian Revenue Agency) demanding people to pay fabricated outstanding tax obligations…but question is, where are these calls coming from?
Sometimes, there is a feeling that tells you something is off when your spouse is cheating. It could be sensing that something has changed or just a feeling that you cannot explain. In this article, we’ll share with you some tell-tale signs that can help you zoom in on your suspicions.
Brampton Man Edmund Teelucksingh has been charged with more accusations this year after already being involved in a mortgage case last year where he allegedly bilked real estate investors in the tune of thousands of dollars.
Mississauga residents are being warned that a known scam artist has been reportedly active again in the area. The scam artist usually claims to be in distress and then offers complimentary services and perks to companies he has no connection with in exchange for cash.