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  1. Pacific Tycoon / Davenport Laroche shipping containers

    Pacific Tycoon or Davenport Laroche, they're one of the same although they'll claim they're completely separate, the long and short is they're no more than 21st Century Gangsters telling you to let them purchase containers on your behalf and leasing them out for your, promising high returns: either fixed 12% per year or fluctuating returns averaging 30% per year. Be cautious!!! They will use pitches like China is the manufacturer of the world, there is huge demand for containers, that Pacific Tycoon
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  2. White-Collar Crime: Most Ways Scamming


    “Lying, Cheating, and Stealing
    ” – That’s white-collar crime in a nutshell. Related to the term is now synonymous with the entire range of fraud committed by professionals and government.

    At least one victim to any crime“. One scam can destroy a company, devastate families wiping out their life savings or cost investors billions of dollars. Fraud schemes are more sophisticated today than ever and we are dedicated to using our skills to
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  3. New Site Reporting and Examples Scam

    Quote Originally Posted by FraudsWatch View Post
    Fraud Online

    FraudsWatch is а site reporting on fraud and scammers in financial services and personal. Providing a daily news service publishes articles contributed by experts; is widely reported in thе latest compliance requirements, and offers very broad coverage of thе latest online theft cases, pending investigations and threats of fraud.

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    Romance Scammers

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    Updated 03-17-2015 at 02:44 AM by FraudsWatch

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  4. Watchout for shady but believeable CUCAS university scam from China...

    Quote Originally Posted by Tank View Post

    Warning! If you get a call or email offering you to study in China for free or tell you that you were selected for a scholarship, ask them to send you an email with all the details, and give you their website address. If you see the names "CUCAS" or "Beijing ChiWest" block their number and email and post it online here and other scam reporting sites. This fraud is four years old and being run by a former Chinese government official.
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  5. Access Income Institute Scam

    I've found out more about this scam since I first posted about it in my initial warning here (which I recommend you read). Here are the most important things you need to know:

    • The company behind the site has a presence in Panama
    • The company has run many other scams, including one called Home Profit Web - you can see how big of a mess that was here.
    • The company running has been known to operate out of Switzerland as well. Because of the countries that
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