One Airbnb host, Steeve, runs a series of Airbnb apartments with his friend in Cannes. We ran into major problems with this guy when staying in one his apartments: we had over £1,000 worth of property stolen and he has repeatedly tried to cover up what happened and is not willing to help resolve the
After losing money I could not afford for the third time, I have decided to enjoy my retirement and give up trying to earn a living from Bitcoin. It is without a doubt a very clever Ponzi scheme and the only people to make money, are as usual the rich fat cats. In and out
Let’s talk Bitcoin. First What Is Bitcoin? Bitcoin in an encrypted digital currency invented in 2006 by an individual named Satoshi Nakamoto. There will only be 21 million Bitcoin produced and approx 17 million are currently in circulation. Which means 4 million more Bitcoin can be mined over the next 120 years. Of course Bitcoin
One of the worst online scams that can happen to you is one which can be completely undetectable… Until it is too late. This scam happens over free Wi-Fi connections at your local coffee shop, shopping mall, airport, or anywhere else free public Wi-Fi is available. Hackers love to find a large and vulnerable audience.
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My charity story would be slightly different than the normal “how wonderful they are” They are not. I was originally arrested aged 66 in Malaga, Southern Spain for a major fraud, brought back to UK on a European arrest warrant and sentenced to 7 years and 4 months in prison. As anyone who follows me
Norwich is a top hotspot for scammers out to steal your cash Figures released by an advice charity have named Norwich as a national hotspot for scamming with 77 cases reported in three months. A study by Citizens Advice ranked the city 11th in a list of the top 20 places in England and Wales
A narrow escape Pensioner Malcolm Lemmon from Sprowston, was nearly a victim of Scamming after people claiming to be from an insurance company said he was entitled to thousands of pounds’ compensation. The scammers said they would deliver a cheque for him but wanted him to get two money orders out for £40 and £60