Wire Fraud Email Spoofing Defamatory Bombing and Malicious Code Report Released

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(Newswire.net — December 6, 2019) — A report outlining the latest wire fraud schemes has been released in an online newspaper dedicated to exposing the latest crimes to its readers. It is published by a veteran police officer who brings his unique insight to the entire publication.

Online Newspaper The Community Watch Paper released a comprehensive report about the latest wire frauds and how to avoid them including information on email spoofing, sending defamatory emails, email bombing and sending malicious codes.

For more information see https://communitywatchpaper.org/things-to-know-about-wire-fraud

Modern technologies are being used to steal money from individuals and businesses. Although the penalties for wire fraud are severe, the challenge arises in locating and prosecuting guilty parties. The situation can be further complicated if the wire fraud is conducted across international boundaries.

The new report is designed to educate the internet, smartphone, computer, radio, and landline users what actions are needed to combat these illegal schemes. Wire fraud is defined as “an act of using technologies including the internet, SMS and phone systems to defraud an individual or business of property”.

The primary objective of wire fraud is to steal money from a business or individual. This is accomplished by using pictures, signs, signals, and words to brainwash and manipulate the intended victim. There are many forms of wire fraud including telemarketing, phishing, catfishing, vishing, and smishing, malware and email fraud.

Email fraud includes sending an email to an individual or business that leads the reader to believe they have received a great sum of money. The way this is accomplished is to manipulate the reader to give some type of information to the criminal that will compromise their security. Often by using urgency, the criminals will motivate the victim to send the money immediately in exchange for the supposed reward, loan, prize or inheritance.

Some of the common email schemes are spoofing, defamatory, bombing, and the sending of malicious codes. This report recommends one never responds to any email that appears to be suspicious. This report gives tips to avoid wire fraud including an extensive list of warning signs.

In the past wire fraud was mainly targeted toward individuals. However, The F.B.I. recently reported this crime is now becoming a growing threat to business, “ the IC3 (Internet Crime Complaint Center) registered more cases in 2017 over 2016. The Real Estate industry lost 2.9 billion dollars in the 5 years between 2013 and 2018.”

The release of this report is found in an online newspaper dedicated to exposing various crimes and schemes to its readers. The Community Watch Paper was founded by John Young in 2011. John Young is a veteran police officer of 38 years. The release of this report provides up-to-date information to both individuals and businesses of the growing threat of wire fraud.

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