With the gain in popularity of digital currencies comes the inevitable rise in digital currency fraud. Do your due diligence and ensure that you have all the information you need before jumping into a bitcoin investment. Also be critical of anything involving digital currency that doesn’t seem right. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. https://www.theverge.com/2018/1/18/16905040/bitcoin-crash-cryptocurrency-value-ethereum-regulation
The Ethereum Scam Database is a useful tool that helps guide cryptocurrency investors away from scammers. Since launching last year, they have identified a total of 2,627 scams including 246 active scams. For more information on the scams identified visit https://etherscamdb.info/.
‘Professional Tenant’ with Criminal History Exposed – The Investigators with Diane Swain. This great show provides a great overview of the risks facing landlords and tips on how to protect yourself.
Sometimes you have to look beyond the surface layer to know who you are doing business with … and that’s more important than ever before.
Last week, information was released on recently discovered vulnerabilities of WIFI networks called KRACK. This affect us all so make sure that your systems are all up to date!!!
Marketplace just aired a great program on the fake degree industry and the extent to which FAKE DEGREES have become so widespread. Don’t just believe the words on a resume, LinkedIn profile or a nicely framed certificate hanging on the wall. Always check and know who you are dealing with!
Be VIGILANT and ALWAYS monitor your credit activity. Follow-up on any unusual credit inquiries, charges, registrations or postings quickly to avoid more trouble down the road! Canadians affected by Equifax security breach