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Local Woman Accused of Taking Nearly $3K From Victim’s Bank Account

KNOX BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) – Charges have been filed against a Kennerdell woman who is accused of stealing nearly $3,000.00 from a Knox Borough resident’s bank account. Court documents indicate the Knox Borough Police Department on January 13 filed criminal charges against 47-year-old Wendy Renee Sloss. According to...
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Campbell County Sheriff’s Office warns of credit card skimming

The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office has issued a new warning about credit card skimming. The CCSO first issued this caution last year in July, but it has renewed its warning this month. “We have recently been made aware that the Lynchburg area is experiencing reports of card skimmers again,”...
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Idaho officials warn over tax scam

Attorney General Lawrence Wasden and the Idaho State Tax Commission are warning Idahoans about a scam targeting taxpayers. Individuals have reported receiving threatening letters from the so-called “Tax Processing Center” or “Tax Processing Unit,” claiming the state of Idaho will seize individuals’ property and garnish their wages for unpaid taxes. The letters are the latest iteration of a recurring scam meant to intimidate and steal money from unsuspecting victims, state officials said.
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Winners and Losers: Amazon halts Visa ban as BT bills shoot up

It’s finally the weekend, which means it’s time for us to crown our winners and losers for the last week. We’re beginning to settle into 2022, but that doesn’t mean there’s been any shortage of news this week. For starters, Samsung finally announced the Exynos 2200 mobile chip with AMD RDNA 2 graphics more than a week after the chip was a no-show at its own launch.

The Best Debit Cards for Kids & Teens to Teach Them About Money

Giving your child a debit card can be an excellent way to teach them about money and budgeting early in life. With consumer debt in the US growing to over $14 trillion–according to CNBC and the Fed–any step you can take to help promote financial literacy early can go a long way.

Repay (NASDAQ:RPAY) Price Target Lowered to $24.00 at Citigroup

Repay (NASDAQ:RPAY) had its target price cut by Citigroup from $26.00 to $24.00 in a research note published on Wednesday, The Fly reports. A number of other research analysts have also issued reports on the stock. Zacks Investment Research lowered shares of Repay from a buy rating to a hold rating in a research note on Wednesday, January 12th. DA Davidson cut their price target on shares of Repay from $31.00 to $28.00 and set a buy rating on the stock in a research note on Monday, November 1st. Two analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and five have issued a buy rating to the stock. Based on data from, the stock presently has a consensus rating of Buy and an average target price of $25.86.

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Converse employee charged with stealing customer’s debit card — Marem Youssef

Police say 19-year-old Marem Youssef pocketed the debit card of a customer after checking her out at the Converse store at Opry Mills. When the customer reported the suspected theft, officers reviewed the camera footage and observed Youssef take the card. She apologized and returned the card while the footage was being reviewed. She is charged with theft and issued a citation, for which she self-booked this week.

Fayetteville man arrested on 31 counts of fraud

FAYETTE COUNTY, WV (LOOTPRESS) – A Fayetteville man faces felony charges in Fayette County. Sheriff Mike Fridley provides the following information regarding this incident. On September 13, 2021, deputies received notice of a fraud complaint. The victim in the incident had hired an individual to mow her grass. In the following days, the victim was notified by her bank that her account was overdrawn. The investigation yielded that the individual had used her debit card information to make online transactions via Facebook Pay to himself and others.

Top 10 Credit Cards on the Market you should avoid in 2022

10 Credit Cards On The Market You Should Avoid This Year. There are a lot of credit cards on the market today. With so many options to choose from, it can be hard to figure out which one is best for you. There are always many credit cards to choose...

Currensea Cardholders Can Donate to Charity With Payments Across the Globe

Every sector has been digitising to keep up with the evolving financial trends in the world, and many will be happy to hear that charities are no different. One way they are able to benefit from digitisation is when companies like Currensea, the open banking-powered, money-saving debit card linked to existing bank accounts, launch roundup functions as part of its ‘powered by’ service, allowing customers to make charitable donations when spending in the UK and abroad.

When betting firms and the Minister take us for fools

When is a credit card sports bet, banned under Irish gambling rules, not counted as a credit card bet?. hen it’s done through Apple Pay or Revolut. At least, that’s according to Ireland’s biggest betting firms, as well as the Minister of State in charge (Wexford TD James Browne) and the Irish Bookmakers Association.

[VA, MD NC] Atlantic Union Bank $250 Checking Bonus

Update 1/22/22: Deal is back and valid until April 15, 2022. Availability: Must reside in Virginia, Maryland or North Carolina. Direct deposit required: Direct deposits of $2,000+. Hard/soft pull: Soft. ChexSystems: Yes, mixed dp on being sensitive. Credit card funding: Up to $1,500. Monthly fees: None. Early account termination fee:...

Hitched, a Service Targeting Newlyweds, Launched by Nymbus, Iroquois Federal

a provider of banking technology solutions, is partnering with Iroquois Federal to launch and grow the full operations of its new standalone digital brand, Hitched. An FDIC-insured institution headquartered in Watseka, Ill., Iroquois Federal has served its local community for more than 135 years with assets of $750 million.

Man charged with embezzlement, steals over $500,000

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - 28-year-old Rodrigues Bell has been charged with fraudulently establishing employees and bank accounts to embezzle over $500,000 from Diverse Staffing. According to the affidavit, Bell was a manager that had computer access to employee applications and time cards. Using this information, Bell established 20 applicants as fake employees to funnel the money back to himself.