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Giants contend there is no evidence of memorabilia fraud: As the case against the Giants involving allegations of memorabilia fraud rockets toward trial, pre-trial filings from the competing parties understandably tell very different stories regarding the case. It's a normal part of civil litigation. The latest article delving into the situation, posted Tuesday night by …: Google Alert – Fraud

India's banks rattled by .8 billion fraud: One of India's biggest banks rattled investors Wednesday by announcing the discovery of $ 1.8 billion of fraudulent activity at one of its branches. Punjab National Bank's stock sank more than 7% Wednesday after the company said it "detected some fraudulent and unauthorized transactions" at a branch …: Google Alert – Fraud

PNB moves CBI against jeweller Nirav Modi for Rs 10000 cr fraud: The complaints deal with fraudulent transactions reported from the bank's branches and the amount involved is over Rs 10000 crore, the sources said. | PNB moves CBI against jeweller Nirav Modi for Rs 10000 cr fraud; shares take a hit.: Google Alert – Fraud

An Indian bank just uncovered a .7 billion fraud at a single branch: Punjab National Bank (PNB), India's second-largest government-owned lender, has discovered a fraud worth $ 1.77 billion at one of its branches in Mumbai. This amount is nearly a third of the bank's market value of Rs36,444.45 crore (as on Feb. 14), and close to 50 times its net profit in the …: Google Alert – Fraud

Punjab National Bank detects Rs 11360-crore fraud at Mumbai branch, stock slips 8 per cent: State-run Punjab National Bank today said it had detected "some fraudulent and unauthorised" transactions amounting to around Rs 11,360 crore at a branch in Mumbai. The bank's stock took a hit after it announced the detection the fraud. PNB shares were trading 8 per cent lower than yesterday's …: Google Alert – Fraud

Valentine's Day 2018: Chocolates, Flowers, and Romance Fraud: Valentine's Day 2018: Chocolates, Flowers, and Romance Fraud. By Jackie Ourada. |. Feb 13, 2018 @ 5:01 PM. Talk about an achy breaky heart; the Better Business Bureau (BBB) is reminding dating website users to take caution this Valentine's Day and every day. Jim Hegarty of the BBB says these …: Google Alert – Fraud

Looking for love online? Then watch out for these 'romance fraud' predators: Figures released yesterday by the City of London Police, which fights online fraud nationally, showed victims of 'romance fraud' were conned out of £41 million in 2017. In 2017, 3557 romance frauds were reported to Action Fraud, averaging 10 reports a day. Only a small number of cases are reported in …: Google Alert – Fraud

Eli Manning memorabilia fraud lawsuit heats up as collectors suing Manning, Giants make their case: The memorabilia fraud lawsuit against Eli Manning and the Giants began to pick up steam in court filings this week. Collectors suing Manning and the Giants produced transcripts of their depositions along with the testimony of their expert witness and maintained their argument that Manning, the Giants, …: Google Alert – Fraud

.8 Billion Fraud May Spread From One of India's Biggest Banks: It's also unclear if the fraud is linked to another case PNB had reported earlier this month, where a jeweler allegedly acquired fraudulent letters of undertaking worth 2.8 billion rupees from PNB in order to obtain loans. At the time PNB had said it's digging into records to see if the hit is much deeper.: Google Alert – Fraud

PNB spots Rs 11300 cr fraud at Mumbai branch; stock dips 10%: Punjab National Bank Wednesday said the bank has detected fraud transactions totaling over Rs 11,300 crore at its Mumbai branch. This led to the share price tanking 9.8 percent. The fraudulent transaction amount is close to 1/3rd of its total market capitalisation of Rs 36,000 crore, or 2.55 percent of …: Google Alert – Fraud