5 Financial Scams you should Know

As tax season winds down and the last waves of taxpayers file their tax returns, there’ll inevitably be some upset people. After all, tax fraud is always a concern, especially when people wait to file their taxes. Unfortunately, tax fraud is just one type of financial scams that affects people each year. In fact, according

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Scammers are running riot in U.S. rental markets

A staggering 43 percent renters say they’ve come across online rental listings that could be fraudulent, while a seemingly improbable five million say they’ve actually been scammed,

The US Real Estate Lending scam network

The US real estate market has always offered opportunities for both foreign and domestic developers and Investors.

Three UK Property Fraud Stories

News from the UK tells of three former Cumbrian estate agents having admitted to defrauding clients of more than £250,000. Facing prison time for their actions, the husband and wide team of Gloucestershire admitted to the judge in the case charging clients for qualified surveyors when in fact the couple performed work themselves. The trio

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Las Vegas Scammers Renting Out Vacant Homes To Unsuspecting Tenants

Real estate agents and law enforcement officials in Las Vegas have issued a warning about a new scam targeting renters in the area, which has also been reported in other areas of the U.S. The scam involves fraudsters posting ads for housing on websites such as Craigslist, offering a vacant property for rent. Interested persons call the number, go

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Rental Scam Hits Des Moines Area

Dozens of homeowners in Des Moines, Iowa, have been given a nasty surprise by one of the latest real estate industry scams to hit the area. The homeowners were left bewildered after answering the door to strangers with rental lease agreements for their properties in their hands, claiming they have just rented out their homes.

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DRE Issues Alert to Thwart Loan Mod Scams

When a family is facing foreclosure, an uncertain future, and the possibility of being homeless, they need guidance from sound organizations and compentent individuals.  Nothing could be worse for them than thinking they might get relief, only to have their glimmer of hope crushed by con artists posing as mortgage relief agencies. Unfortunately, that is

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