Fascinating exposé by Zack Whittaker, reporting for Zero Day:
Moore was just one of hundreds of pseudonyms employed in a
sophisticated “catfishing” scheme run by Valeriy Shershnyov, whose
Vancouver-based business hoodwinked Amazon customers into buying
low-quality ebooks, which were boosted on the online marketplace
by an unscrupulous system of bots, scripts, and virtual servers.
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Andrey Hicks, a guest at the Kardashian-Humphries wedding, was arrested this weekend for an alleged $1.7 million investment scam. Humphries has lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in the scam, according to TMZ. A Humphries represe...
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