Fatal Fake Drugs from Online Pharmacies
While nearly anything can be purchased online these days, some things can be riskier than others. There are many illicit businesses that openly advertise illegal services or counterfeit products online as though those services or products were perfectly legal. Since there is a rather large demand for many prescription medications…Read more about "Fatal Fake Drugs from Online Pharmacies"
Can You Dispute Junk Fees?
If you’ve ever booked a hotel stay, you may have seen what you thought were perfect rates only to get to the payment page and find that the cost is way higher than you were led to believe. It’s likely that the increase had nothing to do with user error.Read more about "Can You Dispute Junk Fees?"
What You Can Do to Prevent Hospice Fraud
Until recently, hospice programs generally enjoyed reputations for integrity and reliability. That distinction is fading fast. Born in the 1960s as a holistic movement to provide compassionate care for dying people, hospice gradually became ingrained in the health care system. In 1983, the movement achieved a major milestone when …Read more about "What You Can Do to Prevent Hospice Fraud"
What Does It Mean When Food Is Labeled 'Organic'?
If you've wondered what makes food "organic," and why you need to pay more for it, you're not alone. You may have a vague sense that organic food is healthier for you than conventional foods. You might also hope that the lower levels of pesticide and herbicide in organic food…Read more about "What Does It Mean When Food Is Labeled 'Organic'?"
Is It Legal To Gamble With Other People's Money?
And there's nothing wrong with live streaming via TikTok — if casinos allow it. The problem is when TikTok live streaming is part of an illegal gambling operation.Read more about "Is It Legal To Gamble With Other People's Money?"
Will FTX Clients Get Their Money Back?
When the cryptocurrency exchange FTX secretly transferred $10 billion in client funds to its sister trading firm Alameda Research, FTX stopped being able to cover customer withdrawals. Soon after, both companies filed for bankruptcy protection. As the companies attempt to reorganize their business affairs in bankruptcy court, FTX's clients are asking, "Will I get my money back?" The short answer: Probably not.Read more about "Will FTX Clients Get Their Money Back?"
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