$13.7 million: Atlas VPN adds up the impact of the top 10 most successful blockchain scams
Veronica Combs, 07 July 2021
If you have been swindled by a blockchain con, the most likely culprit is a fake investment scam, according to an analysis by Atlas VPN. The top 10 most successful currently active blockchain scams have collected $13.7 million so far, the report found.
CryptoMixer.com, a fake Bitcoin tumbler, is the biggest known active blockchain scam in terms of funds collected. This scam has collected 167 payments adding up to $2.5 million. Continue reading “Article: $13.7 million: Atlas VPN adds up the impact of the top 10 most successful blockchain scams”
Owner of Dog Training School Sentenced for Defrauding V.A. of over $1.5 Million in GI Bill Benefits
Department of Justice, 30 April 2021
A federal judge in San Antonio today sentenced 49-year-old Bradley Lane Croft, owner of Universal K-9, Inc., to 118 months of imprisonment for scheming to defraud the federal government of more than $1.5 million in Veterans Affairs GI Bill benefits to train service canines and their handlers.
In addition to the prison term, Senior U.S. District Judge David A. Ezra ordered that Croft pay $1,506,758.31 in restitution and be placed on supervised release for a period of three years after completing his prison term.
“Today’s sentence demonstrates what can happen to you if you choose to rip off one of the most important benefit programs we have for our veterans. My thanks goes to the prosecutors and our law enforcement partners who worked so hard to see justice served,” said U.S. Attorney Ashley C. Hoff. Continue reading “Article: Owner of Dog Training School Sentenced for Defrauding V.A. of over $1.5 Million in GI Bill Benefits”
Berkshire Hathaway Bet Big on Dialysis Giant DaVita. Jim Chanos Thinks It’s a Scam.
Christine Idzelis, Institutional Investor, 4 December 2019
DaVita provides life-extending dialysis treatment to more than 200,000 patients. But is it gaming the system through questionable donations to the American Kidney Fund?
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Comment: Chanos is calling DVA a fraud. Stock was $59 it fell to $53. Then it went to $115. NICE WORK. Buffet too big to cheat?