Month: September 2015

Kander Halts St. Louis Property Financial Investment Scam

Jefferson City, Mo. — Secretary of State Jason Kander closed down a fraud run by William R. Penson, Jr. of St. Louis, Mo., and his company, Penson Associates, LLC. The stop and desist order declares Penson collected a minimum of $250,000 from four financiers after guaranteeing impractical returns ranging in between 12 and 20 percent …

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Market For Peer-to-peer Financing Heating Up

Peer-to-peer loan provider Harmoney is set to make a bigger push to obtain mum-and-dad financiers on board as it deals with competitors from two new entrants. The online company which intends to offer cheaper consumer finance than the banks attracted 10,000 sign-ups from members of the public wantingwishing to lend their cash out in its …

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With New Chips On The MethodEn Route, Cloned Credit Cards Continue To Be Widespread In The Lowcountry

#x 201c; I see it every day, #x 201d; Investigator Gil Jackson said. A cloned card is a copy of a legitimate ATM or charge card, allowing burglars to use the money in your account or line of credit without your permission. The majorityMost of cloned cards are the outcome of skimmers putput on ATMs …

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Count On It: Customers Dig Brand-new Holes With Charge Card

Pushed by an enhanced economy, Americans are whipping out their charge card once again. A new report reveals that the number of active charge account, 314 million, has crept back up to levels not seen given that the start of the Great Recession in December 2007. Some economists state this is a great indication, a …

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