Fraud

    • Famous Four bosses gave “forged documents” to court

      The leaders of Famous Four Media produced “forged documents” during a lawsuit filed by the company’s former chief operating officer, according to Gibraltar’s top judge. The new gTLD registry’s chairman and CEO were both, along with four other unidentified former employees, involved to some degree in “forging” invoices to an affiliated registrar and/or documents relating to a ...

      Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 9 readers -
  • Exposed: TechTimes Cheating Advertisers

    … Exposed: TechTimes Cheating Advertisers Lawyers Run The World By Pace Lattin 2017-12-13 TechTimes.com has been caught more than once running popups of their pages with ads “crammed” into the page so that even content can’t be seen. We’ve spoken to Google and other companies about them in the past, and they’ve showed up on fraud reports…

    Pace Lattin/ Performance Marketing Insiderin Google- 9 readers -
  • Understanding Employee, Payroll and Payables Fraud

    … Get a group of entrepreneurs together in a room and chances are most of them, if not all of them, have been the victim of fraud. According to a report by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, about half of all small businesses encounter fraud of some type each year. Unfortunately, it costs these companies over $150,000 per occurrence…

    Blogtrepreneur- 14 readers -
  • Report: CMOs Overwhelmed By Cost of Mobile Ad Fraud

    … director at AppsFlyer, the mobile marketing analytics platform that commissioned the Forrester survey. “In 2017, one out of every 10 non-organic, advertised, app installs came from fraud. This not only drains marketing budgets, but it pollutes the data that marketers use to make both strategic and everyday decisions.” Despite the challenges, mobile…

    Stephanie Miles/ Street Fight- 14 readers -
  • DOJ launches criminal investigation into Uber

    … inspectors and obfuscate their findings. Uber defended Greyball saying they were using it to protect themselves against user and driver fraud but still vowed to discontinue the program. Apparently, that apology was not enough for some people, as the Department of Justice has launched a criminal investigation into Uber’s alleged use of Greyball…

    Greg's Corner- 16 readers -
  • Fake FTC Tech Support Shut Down by Real FTC

    …, and offering for sale technical support services by falsely representing to consumers that he is affiliated with the FTC and that he has been appointed by the FTC to contact consumers to provide technical support services,” the complaint says. “In an attempt to further deceive consumers and reinforce the belief that Defendant is affiliated with the FTC…

    Pace Lattin/ Performance Marketing Insider- 17 readers -
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