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By day, Zahyra Tirado, 37, is a receptionist working in the offices of a monument company, but in her spare time, the Staten Island mother of two indulges in her passion for all things feminine on social media. The self-described "selfie queen" has garnered followers on Instagram and about on Facebook. When it seemed like her pictures were noticed by a website called Mirina Collections, she was flattered.
Octagonecologyst is the debut solo studio album by American rapper and Ultramagnetic MCs member Kool Keithwho released the album under the alias Dr. Originally titled Dr. The album was later reissued with a different track listing by DreamWorks Records in under the title Dr.
By Mike Fleming Jr. The victims find themselves seduced by the promise of a dream career job, offered most often in a call from a knowledgeable and very convincing woman claiming to be a powerful female producer-financier. The caller drops casual reference of professionals that the victim knows, people who would make a recommendation in a business that is relationship-based. The imposter, who always calls and receives calls on a cell phone, sets the hook by offering these men their dream jobs, for large sums of money.
Could you really be a model or actor? Then, be skeptical. You could be the target of a modeling scam.
Ensconced in a Chelsea studio bubbling with celebrities and champagne, an international man of mystery records his vanity music project. At one point in his recording session, rapper Busta Rhymes and super-producer Pharrell Williams show up. I own you!
By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail. And, it claims to be holding extremely intrusive footage over their heads to back it all up. Perhaps most troubling is that in every case, the password shared in the email is one the recipient has actually used in the past.
Teejay AirDrops scamming strategies to a select few, and pulls others aside to give them one-on-one advice that they jot down on their phones before leaving swiftly with a business handshake. Outside of the convention, someone sets a Supreme shoulder bag on fire for no apparent reason. His heavy use of pop culture references and potentially self-incriminating details make his tracks appeal to a new generation of digital natives.
These online "money mules" are used to clean up dirty money — and are being hooked in by tempting and widespread social media posts. Scammers offer Instagram and Snapchat users "instant cash" if they hand over bank details. And while cash will inevitably flow through the bank account of a "mule", they'll end up with nothing to show for it — and in some cases, face an investigation by authorities. An investigation by Sky News found that fraudsters are "operating with impunity" on popular social networks.