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  • 3 ways to partner with customers to fight holiday fraud

    first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » The holiday season brings us many joys: delightful presents, special meals, family traditions and friendly reunions. But the season is also becoming known for a not-so-pleasant surprise—an uptick in the already troublesome issue of cyber and financial fraud.Financial institutions pay the price for such fraud, in more ways than one. Not only do they foot the bill for installing fraud detection tools, they eat the dollars lost to fraud and sometimes even lose customers who blame them for breaches or hacks related to their products or services.As Business Insider reports, “fraud is top of mind for consumers going into the holiday season.” So, in addition to using artificial intelligence, biometrics and behavioral analytics to combat fraud this time of year, don’t forget about the greatest non-technical tool in your defensive arsenal: customer communications.In fact, it’s time for some frank conversations with your customers.last_img read more

  • Rhythmic gymnastics competition held in Sarajevo

    first_imgOn Saturday, 16 Match in sports hall ‘Ramiz Salčin in Mojmilo, another international rhythmic gymnastics tournament in organisation of gymnastics club ‘Olimpik’ from Sarajevo where more than 200 competitors from 5 countries (Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Bulgaria and BiH) participated.Competitors of GC ‘Olimpik’ won 13 medals in both A and B program of the competition.All the judges were very qualified for the job, and Milena Reljin- the head judge was the best gymnast in former Yugoslavia.Concerning the fact that this is the first competition held in BiH according to new rules of the World Gymnastics Federation, club ‘Olimpik’ and all its members can be more than happy with achieved results.last_img read more

  • Berbice welder mysteriously dies in interior

    first_img– PME to be conducted todayThe decomposed body believed to be that of 34-year-old Yogindra “Steve” Ramkarran of Number 72 Village, Berbice, was discovered lying near an old truck in Mahdia, Region Eight, on Thursday.34-year-old Yogindra “Steve” RamkarranEver since the discovery, his relatives have reportedly been unclear as to what led to his demise and are yet to see his remains.The now dead man’s sister, Somwattie, told Guyana Times on Sunday afternoon that although over three days have passed since receiving news of her brother’s death, she along with her other siblings are clueless about the circumstances surrounding his death.“I did not know anything wrong but one of my sisters called me on Thursday and said that she heard that Steve died. My husband called the sawmill where Steve was working and the owner told him that Steve died and that they are making preparation to bring out his body from the river. On Friday my husband called back and was told the same thing and we have not heard back anything until now.”However, the distraught woman stated that three of her brother’s colleagues visited her home on Friday and informed her family that Steve’s body was in a state of decomposition and could not be removed from the location where it was found.“They say that the body had to burn right there or bury right there but we did not see a picture with him to know if it is Steve. I don’t know what happened with Steve. The first call my sister gave me she told me Steve was in an accident with a truck but when my husband called the boss man he said like Steve had fight or maybe he had a few drinks since July 1st was holiday…I don’t know if he fight with anyone but I don’t know nothing.”The distraught sister lamented that the police ranks who are investigating the matter have not made contact with them.“My brother lived with both of us because he does not come out really for long maybe two or three weeks. My small sister is calling me from Cayenne. I cannot give her an answer because nobody is giving me an answer.”However, Commander of F Division (Interior locations), Kevin Adonis when contacted on the matter, explained that the body that had been discovered was already brought out of Mahdia and is awaiting a post-mortem.“The police cannot burn anybody or send ashes to any family. The owner of the camp assisted in bringing the man’s body out because he is also a relative. So the body supposed to already be at Lyken for PME tomorrow (Monday).”Meanwhile, according to a police source close to the investigation, the decomposed body was in a “terrible” state and it is believed that Ramkarran might have been ill, thus leading to his death.last_img read more

  • Man found guilty of stabbing victim seventeen times in Letterkenny attack

    first_imgA man has been found guilty after an attack which left a man with seventeen stab wounds following a row in a Letterkenny apartment.The Dublin man was found guilty of “intentionally and recklessly” stabbing an Inishowen man during the row on the town’s main street ten years ago. Kenneth Broe was also found guilty of assault causing harm in the incident which resulted in the injured party spending two weeks in intensive care in hospital and receiving two “life-saving operations” after he suffered wounds to the neck, chest, head and back areas.The jury took an hour and six minutes to unanimously find the accused guilty on the lesser charge of section 3 assault after a six-day trial at Letterkenny Circuit Court.For the more serious charge, Judge John Aylmer advised the jury they could record a majority verdict following the suitable legal time lapse and after a further forty-six minutes, Broe, of 15 Alderwood Green, Springfield, Tallaght, was found guilty on the charge of intentionally and recklessly carrying out the attack.The injured party, Kristian Shortt, had told the court in his evidence that after drinking in a number of venues in the town, he and the accused had gone to the flat of Damian O’Connor above Victor Fisher’s shop at Upper Main Street in the early hours of October 9th, 2008.Witness and the accused had got into an argument and had threatened one another.He, Mr Shortt, recalled a knife having been produced before he was stabbed repeatedly. The accused had used all his power and force during the attack, he claimed.Broe had been arrested in Monaghan after he and a friend had taken a taxi to Dublin on the day after the assault.A medical report indicated that the injured party had been stabbed a total of seventeen times – three or four times in the neck, three in the back of the head, three in the chest and also wounded in the hands and back area.He had been taken to Letterkenny General Hospital before being transferred to St Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin where he had spent two weeks in intensive care. He had undergone two life-saving operations.A previous trial involving the case had collapsed on the second day of evidence at Letterkenny Circuit Court.Following the verdict delivered at last Thursday’s sitting of the Circuit Court, Judge Aylmer remanded Broe in custody to the July session of the court.The Judge agreed to direct the production of a number of reports including a Probation Report on behalf of the accused.Man found guilty of stabbing victim seventeen times in Letterkenny attack was last modified: May 7th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:KENNETH BROEKristian Shorttletterkennystabbinglast_img read more

  • THE HOOPS REPORT: CELTIC BEAT DONS AGAIN TO GO EIGHT POINTS CLEAR IN SPL

    first_imgABERDEEN MUST be sick of the sight of the Hoops after being beaten by them for the third time in just 10 days tonight.Celtic won 3-0 in a match at Pittodrie which couldn’t have gotten off to a crazier start.Dons boss Craig Brown had just finished shaking hands with his Celtic counterpart Neil Lennon when Hooper picked out Brown making a run into the box. Hooper’s delicious cross-field pass was controlled and nudged towards goal by the Celtic captain in a flowing move, but as Brown shaped to score he was hauled down by Andrew Considine and referee Alan Muir pointed to the spot.While Stokes grabbed the ball for the penalty, Muir presented the shell-shocked Dons defender with a red card and his involvement was over after just 95 seconds.The drama didn’t end there – Aberdeen keeper Jamie Langfield saved Anthony Stokes’ resultant penalty.But with just 10 men to play against Celtic went at the home team like madmen and were ahead in the 12th minute as Hooper and Stokes played a brilliant one-two – and Hooper finished. In the second half Stokes added a second before Mark Wilson made it 3-0 – with super-sub Paddy McCourt helping to turn the screw.THE HOOPS REPORT: CELTIC BEAT DONS AGAIN TO GO EIGHT POINTS CLEAR IN SPL was last modified: February 1st, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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