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What would the criminal charge be? [closed]

I have a very particular question for a figurative situation. In this scenario one has discovered that while shopping from a certain retailer online. That if you order same day delivery and you pay ...
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Am i being used for bank fraud [duplicate]

I have been speaking to a girl in Nigeria she promised to visit me but but twice didn't show up said she loved me although never met. Asked for money multiple times asked for bank details and says she ...
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What can you do if money is missing/stolen from a wallet?

I have found out just now that my mother has lost a decent lump of money (in my terms, $55 to $70) and it couldn't have just randomly disappeared. I am kind of concerned as my mother is and kind of ...
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Insurance for expensive items in carry-on moving from US -> Canada

I'm repatriating from the U.S. to Canada. My apartment is ending my lease on the day I fly out, then I'll be staying in a hotel for a while before moving to permanent housing. I have some antiques ...
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Somebody I haven't met wants me to open a bank account without having money, but won't tell me why. Is this a scam? [closed]

I've already bought her gift cards and sent the information online.
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Do financial institutions cover customers for cases of cybertheft?

No cybersecurity is perfect; accounts can be hacked at any time. If I find that a hacker has stolen the money in my bank or broker account, does the financial institution cover that; or is it my loss,...
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Do stolen share certificates belong to the thief?

If someone steals a $5 banknote from me, that $5 is effectively gone if I have no information about the thief. For all practical purposes, the $5 is no longer mine; it is the thief's. The thief can ...
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