Monthly Archives: January 2017

What You Need to Know About Identity Theft

Identity theft usually involves taking and using the identity of another person without his or her permission.  This stolen identity is often used to commit fraudulent acts (identity fraud). Armed with a person’s name, contact information, credit card information and social security number, identity thieves can commit crimes at the victim’s expense, in his or […]

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RKN Global on Recruitment Fraud

Involving fake recruitment agents stating they wish to hire individuals or help set them up with employers, recruitment fraud is likely to affect 18 to 25 year olds more than any other age group. On average, those aged 23 are the most likely to become victims of job hunting scams.1 Ronald Noble, founder of RKN […]

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RKN Global on Chemical Weapon Attacks

Countries around the globe are on high alert as terrorists continue their attempt to harm or kill innocents. Ronald Noble, founder of RKN Global emphasizes the importance of being prepared for the threats that our society faces, including a terrorist attack using chemical weapons. Chemical weapons can be defined as ‘[p]oisonous vapours, aerosols, liquids and […]

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RKN Global on Student Loan Fraud

Between 2014 and 2015, there were 2.27 million higher education students in the UK1, with an approximate 60% of students being exposed to advertisements for scam advertisements for student debt relief2. Although students in higher education might be expected to be more savvy than the average because of their additional education, this is not necessarily […]

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RKN Global’s Ronald K. Noble on ATM Fraud

ATM fraud generally involves the unauthorized use of an ATM card to withdraw funds from another persons’ account.1 RKN Global’s founder, Ronald K. Noble, places great emphasis on the need to be aware of the methods criminals use to commit crime. Being aware of the methods criminals use to commit ATM fraud can help in […]

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