Man Who Faked Suicide To Avoid Covid-19 Fraud Charges Sentenced

Three weeks after being accused of attempting to fraudulently obtain Covid-19 relief loans, David A. Staveley escaped by faking his own suicide, prosecutors said. He cut off his electronic surveillance bracelet and left suicide notes for friends and family, including his 80-year-old mother, prosecutors said. He also left his wallet …

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The ins and outs of modern payment processing

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. According to the World Economic Forum, we are living the beginning of a monetary revolution. The convergence of technological innovations in the telecommunications, banking and retail industries has led us towards an increasingly cashless society in which consumers are accustomed to and …

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Personal loan vs credit card: which is better?

Reading time: 3 minutes Choosing between a personal loan and a credit card is often tricky because they work in a similar way. However, both loan products have their fair share of positives and negatives and are not likely to be used for the same purpose. If you’re having trouble …

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Best secure cards that switch to unsecured

Citi is an advertising partner. Do you need to fix a troubled credit score? If not, do you need to build a credit history so that you can even qualify for a triple-digit FICO credit score? Applying for a secure credit card and making your monthly payments on time can …

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Weirton Police Brian Krnaich, 59, 208 Seneca Street, Weirton, drug related DUI, September 30, arrested after traffic stop David Mercer, 57, 505 Murray Road, New Cumberland, destruction of property, possession of a controlled substance, October 1, arrested after warrant traffic stop Jason Hearn, 18, 1345 Cove Road, Weirton, possession with …

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