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  8. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says Americans lost over $10 billion to scammers in 2023, marking a 14% increase in reported losses compared to the previous year. To put this into context, Chainalysis says ransomware gangs also had a record year, with ransomware payments having reached over $1.1 billion in 2023. Over 2.6 million consumers filed fraud reports with the FTX the previous year, a figure almost identical to 2022. Imposter scams emerged as the most frequently reported fraud category, with notable upticks in business and government impersonation reports. Following closely behind were online shopping scams, trailed by reports concerning prizes, sweepstakes, and lotteries, as well as investment scams and business or job opportunity schemes. "Consumers reported losing more money to investment scams—more than $4.6 billion—than any other category in 2023. That amount represents a 21% increase over 2022," the FTC said. "The second highest reported loss amount came from imposter scams, with losses of nearly $2.7 billion reported. In 2023, consumers reported losing more money to bank transfers and cryptocurrency than all other methods combined." The FTC added 5.4 million consumer reports to its Consumer Sentinel Network (Sentinel) secure online database last year, with more than 1.1 million reports of identity theft received through the agency's website. However, the data shared today by the FTC reflects just a fraction of the actual harm inflicted by scammers in 2023 since most frauds are never reported. Those who fell victim to fraud can report incidents at or file identity theft reports at After being included in the FTC's Sentinel database, the reports are made available to roughly 2,800 federal, state, local, and international law enforcement professionals. They help investigators track down fraudsters, making it easier to discover trends and educate the public against scam attempts. A full breakdown of reports received in 2023, including state and metropolitan area stats, can be found on the FTC's data analysis site at "Digital tools are making it easier than ever to target hard-working Americans, and we see the effects of that in the data we're releasing today," said Samuel Levine, Director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection.
  9. John Telusma, a 37-year-old man from New York, was sentenced to four years in prison for selling and using stolen and compromised credit cards on the Infraud carding portal operated by the transnational cybercrime organization with the same name. Telusma is one of 36 individuals US authorities indicted in February 2018 for alleged roles in the Infraud Organization criminal enterprise. The roles of each defendant indicted four years ago are explained in detail in this criminal indictment filed on February 7, 2018. He was one of the most prolific and active vendors of Infraud's carding portal selling "dumps," as well as providing "drop" and "cashout" services for other members. Other Infraud members previously sentenced in the US include: Infraud co-founder Sergey Medvedev — sentenced to 10 years in prison (after pleading guilty in June 2020); Malware developer Valerian Chiochiu— sentenced to 10 years in prison; VIP Member Arnaldo Sanchez Torteya — sentenced to eight years in prison; VIP Member Edgar Rojas — sentenced to eight years in prison; ATM skimmer Jose Gamboa — sentenced to eight years in prison; and VIP Member Pius Wilson — sentenced to seven years in prison. Infraud hierarchy (US DOJ) Underground forum for selling stolen financial info, PII, more The operation was active between October 2010, when it was founded by Svyatoslav Bondarenko (at infraud[.]cc and infraud[.]ws, later moved to other URLs) until February 2018, when Infraud and its portal were taken down following a joint law enforcement operation. Out of 10,901 Infraud registered members in March 2017, 13 defendants were apprehended by law enforcement agencies in the United States and six other countries (Australia, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Kosovo, and Serbia). They facilitated large-scale acquisition, sale, and distribution of stolen identity information and payment cards, counterfeit documents, personally identifiable data, bank account and credit account information, and computer malware. Infraud members were responsible for purchasing and selling more than four million stolen credit and debit cards, causing victims actual losses of more than $568 million. To join Infraud's online forum, all users needed vetting and approval from one of the Infraud administrators. They faced removal if the "products" they sold were considered subpar by the admins. The organization's members were also anonymous to each other "to evade law enforcement and other 'real-world' or 'offline' consequences for their fraudulent and criminal activities."
  10. Hello everybody! Today I cooperated with the seller. My grade is excellent. The transfer was made at the appointed time. There were no problems with cashing out. If something has been collaborated on wu.
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  13. All the declared functionality works. There was a small problem with the software, but the seller helped me figure it out. Thank you, good sales.
  14. Thank you, the deal with the Nicergroup user was successful. I have already written to you in telegram that you would transfer funds to him.👍
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  18. What credit card data will i get with this device?
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