Month: July 2019

Citigroup Hired Three Criminals Due to Poor Background Checks

A Citigroup Inc. brokerage unit’s failure to run adequate background checks on thousands of employees led to three individuals who’d been convicted of crimes working for the firm, an industry regulator said. Citigroup Global Markets Inc. insufficiently screened 10,400 workers from January 2010 until May 2017, triggering a $1.25 million fine, the Financial Industry Regulatory …

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London cop illegally used police database to monitor investigation into himself And now he’s a convicted criminal – but still in uniform

A serving Metropolitan police officer who illegally accessed a police database to monitor a criminal investigation into his own conduct has pleaded guilty to crimes under the UK’s Computer Misuse Act. Sergeant Okechukwu Efobi, of Byron Road, Wealdstone, Harrow, was ordered to complete 150 hours of community service and pay a total of £540, comprising …

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House buyers are being warned to be on their guard when purchasing new properties.  

The warning comes as a charity worker buying his first home had £67,000 stolen after fraudsters hacked into emails sent between him and his solicitor. Conveyancing fraud is committed when criminals hack into the email chains between sellers and buyers and their solicitors and estate agents. Waiting for the right time (usually on the day …

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Ayoola Ajayi, suspected in killing of Mackenzie Lueck, lived a life of contradictions

Ayoola Ajayi, the man police say killed Mackenzie Lueck and then burned her body in his backyard, appeared to live a life of contradictions and unfinished business. He was kind to visitors and those who stayed in his home, which he rented as an Airbnb, according to his roommate. But other times, his temper would …

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Doctor Who Refuses to Acknowledge Gender Choice Challenged by Trans Woman | This Morning

  David Mackereth says recruiter asked if he’d call a 6ft man with a beard ‘madam’  He’d already been hired for the role as a disability claimant assessor at the time  Christian was sacked from the position and says he was discriminated against Says it’s ‘irresponsible’ to use preferred pronouns as opposed to biological sex  …

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Children who have spent all their lives in UK denied British citizenship because of judgments on their ‘good character’

Human rights report finds children as young as 10 were rejected, some of them on the grounds of a police caution Children as young as 10 who have spent all their lives in the UK have been denied British citizenship because of official judgments on their “good character”. A parliamentary committee said that the Home …

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Fraud gangs pocket £20m in universal credit scam

FRAUDSTERS have stolen £20million of public money by exploiting a loophole in the government’s universal credit scheme, an investigation claims. Criminal gangs are using other people’s identities to apply online for the welfare payment and then claim advance loans on their behalf, according to a report by BBC News. The cost of repayments are then …

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Care worker is caught STEALING from dementia sufferer

Sophy Retallick was spotted on CCTV taking cash from the purse of an 83-year-old woman she was supposed to be caring for between October 2017 and May 2018 in Truro, Cornwall. The crime, which has been labelled ‘appalling’ by the victim’s son, was caught on video after he noticed his mother’s purse had less money …

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Record fraud and errors in DWP payments

Fraud and errors related to payments made by the Department for Work and Pensions have reached record highs and are set to grow due to universal credit. The spending watchdog says the department’s annual accounts showed overpayments related to benefits have increased to £4bn (4.6%) in the last year – up from £3.7bn (4.4%) The …

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