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How to Protect Yourself from Extortion [Video]
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How to Protect Yourself from Extortion [Video]

How to Protect Yourself from Extortion BY AMANDA LI Money extortion, electronic extortion, and cyber or Internet extortion happen every now and then. If you are a shop owner, you are demanded by some offenders to pay for their protection to prevent something bad (such as an assault on the shopkeeper or damage to his or her store or goods) from happening. Or, you’ve received messages like: “Give me $5,000,000, or, I’m going to post these private pics of you and your family on the net. Yes, you are being extorted, if you are into these kinds of situation. And here we focus on what to do if someone is extorting you, and ways to protect against extortion or blackmail. What Is Considered Extortion In Wikipedia, extortion is defined as: “Extortion (also called shakedown, outwresting, an...
When Do You Plan to Retire? [Video]
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When Do You Plan to Retire? [Video]

Can You Afford to Retire?   Fox News Survey "When Do You Plan to Retire" Before Age 65 - 32% At Age 65 - 19% After Ager 65 - 23% Never - 23% Age of golden workers: Many seniors working into the 80s and 90s to stay active - Never Retire Madam Lim Swee Ee, who turns 90 this year (in 2017), has been serving customers at the Khian Guan Goods store, which sells preserved dried goods and herbal products, at Albert Centre in Bugis for the last 20 years. Many seniors are working into their 80s and 90s in a bid to stay mentally and physically active Benson Ang Mr. Henry Lim, 81, hangs out by the swimming pool and tennis courts four to five days a week, but instead of lounging around, he is working. A facilities assistant at Mandarin Garden...
Common Travel Scams [Video]
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Common Travel Scams [Video]

15 Common Travel Scams (And How To Avoid Them) By Matthew Karsten TRAVEL SAFETY TIPS Shady people love to take advantage of tourists, and if you’re not careful, it’s easy to become a victim. Here are some of the most common travel scams around the world. Stay safe out there! As travelers, it is easy to think that we are smart enough to avoid getting ripped off on travel scams. But, the truth is, it happens to the best of us. Including me! While I’ve shared all kinds of useful travel tips on this site, I thought it was important to put together a dedicated guide on common travel scams. From getting ridiculously overcharged on cab rides to unknowingly revealing credit card information, scams like these exist the world over. While it is nearly impossible to know when you will be scammed...
Sexting May Lead to Sextortion [Video]
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Sexting May Lead to Sextortion [Video]

The Sextortion of Amanda Todd A year after her death, most people remember Amanda Todd from her YouTube video, holding up hand-written pages describing how one mistake in front of a webcam led to her torment by bullies at school and online. But beyond that viral video, the fifth estate reveals a more complex and disturbing story about what happened to the B.C. teenager driven to suicide in October 2012 – not just bullying, but the deliberate sexual extortion of a 15-year-old girl by online predators. the fifth estate host Mark Kelley goes deep into Amanda’s world, with never-before-seen videos and web chats from two personal laptops that her family shared with the fifth estate. With in-depth interviews from her mother, father and friends, Kelley reveals the untold story of The Sextortio...
Military Dating Romance Scams [Video]
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Military Dating Romance Scams [Video]

Online Dating Scams Dating and Romance Scams Intro Dating and Romance Common Faces Identify Scammer Profiles with Google Images What is a Romance Scam? A romance scam is a confidence trick involving feigning romantic intentions towards a victim, gaining their affection, and then using that goodwill to commit fraud. Wikipedia Facebook Military Romance Scams Profiles Another Victim in Facebook Romance Scams: A U.S. Congressman After battling social media impostors for years, Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois wants to force Facebook to do more to combat fake accounts. Representative Adam Kinzinger, Republican of Illinois and a lieutenant colonel in the Air National Guard, said scammers had frequently used his image in their schemes. CreditCreditChip Somodevilla/Getty Images ...
Dating Scams [Video]
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Dating Scams [Video]

Learn to Recognize and Avoid Dating Scams 'Don't Be a Victim' Series: Dating Scams aka Romance Scams Led to $143 Million in Stolen Money Simona Blanda was looking online for Mr. Right, but instead, she wound up with both a broken heart and a broken bank account. Blanda was a victim of a so-called romance scam, which last year duped victims out of $143 million nationwide, according to the Federal Trade Commission. In Blanda's case, she ended up $25,000 in debt. Blanda thought she found her perfect match on a dating website that connects people to members of the Military. "I thought, 'Well, Military. They're secure. They can offer you security. They're, you know, down to earth guys,'" Blanda said. Soon, the supposed overseas soldier's gifts and words wooed her, and their conversations mo...