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If you suspect that your partner or spouse may be having an affair, then you need not look far to find out with whom the affair might be. Statistics show that the majority of affairs happen within a couple’s social circle or with people that they are already acquainted with. If you’re curious who are the most likely suspects, then meet the top 5 people that your partner may likely cheat with.
A new year is a time for new beginnings, but unfortunately, it is also a new year for fraudsters to ramp up their cybercrime acts and commit online scams. Senior officials from top scam detection and cybersecurity agencies in Canada have banded together to warn Canadians about an impending rise in online scams especially for the first part of 2022.
Wishing You a Joyous Holiday Season & a Happy New Year!
We wish each of you a wonderful holiday season and send a heartfelt thank you for your support as we worked together through another exceptional year.
Now that Christmas is only a month away you can expect to see the Christmas ads start to ramp up. As well as the tv ads, your Inbox should also be starting to fill up with “Don’t miss out!” or “Unbelievable deals!” Well, there is a reason why they are unbelievable.
An online investment scam hacked a Mississauga woman’s Instagram account and used her followers in a twisted scheme that cost them thousands of dollars.
Shamelessly, we set aside only an hour or so, once every year, to express our general appreciation for those who sacrificed, and continue to sacrifice, everything to provide all of us the rights and freedoms we enjoy today. Is that enough? Is the actual level of sacrifice properly and adequately recognized?
Private investigators have been using OSINT, or open-source intelligence to obtain clues and other leads when investigating someone for decades. If your private investigator talks about using OSINT or public records for their investigations, below are the biggest advantages of this practice that you should know about.
What is the most important resolution for victims of fraud? Is it to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to justice? Is it to assess your vulnerabilities with a view to mitigating against future attack? Is it to attempt to recover the funds that you have lost? Or, is it best to simply cut your losses, accept your fate, and move on?