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  • David Wyld
    Published 11 days ago
    7 Ways to Protect Yourself from Medicare Fraud

    7 Ways to Protect Yourself from Medicare Fraud

    There are a number of things that you can do to protect you and your loved ones from being a victim of Medicare fraud. Keep these things to "do" and "don't do" in mind to be safe from the scams and fraud that impact so many seniors today.
  • Veronica Bohnert
    Published 29 days ago
    How to Scare Burglars

    How to Scare Burglars

    The number of US homes burglarized over the past decade has declined by more than 30 percent, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Nonetheless, burglary remains a concern for millions of homeowners. If someone breaks into your home, he or she may steal valuable items while vandalizing and destroying your home in the process. You can scare off burglars and protect your home from criminal mischief, however, in the following ways.
  • Grant Patterson
    Published 2 months ago
    I'm an (Ex) Officer - Ask Me Anything

    I'm an (Ex) Officer - Ask Me Anything

    I’m an author and freelance writer now, but for 17 years I was an officer with the Canada Border Services Agency. My career started at Vancouver International Airport, before I transferred to the Peace Arch land crossing to spend the rest of my career. Despite the fact that there's actually been a reality TV show set at my work, most people still appear to know fuck all about how borders work. Here’s a few of the common questions I got asked by travelers I dealt with:
  • Zack Monroe
    Published 2 months ago
    Stopping Child Mistreatment, Neglect, and Abuse

    Stopping Child Mistreatment, Neglect, and Abuse

    The American Society for the Protective Care of Children reported that over four million child abuse and neglect related reports have been received, and over 140,000 children received help from post-response services.
  • Burglaries...

    Burglaries...

    Yes, I was considered a professional burglar. I have 23 felony convictions, ranging from burglary to speeding to elude an officer. Not a very glamorous past, but I served my time—11 years in a state prison. The past is the past, and I have moved on.
  • Carlos Fox
    Published 4 months ago
    Protecting Yourself from Fraud

    Protecting Yourself from Fraud

    Most people work hard to earn their money. Other people choose to try to take money from those who truly earned it. Every year, consumers lose well over $1 billion to scams and frauds. Sometimes scams take big money, and other times they sneak little chunks of cash. Some frauds are clever financial cheats, while others are simple “phishing” schemes that ask people to give up their own personal information willingly (and, sadly, many do). But all scams are dangerous. You need to protect yourself from fraud.
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 5 months ago
    5 Simple Ways to Avoid Theft

    5 Simple Ways to Avoid Theft

    Even though you may live in a relatively safe area, you could still be at risk of theft. There have been many videos that have gone viral of package thieves who are constantly stealing valuable Amazon packages off doorsteps. While you may be at risk for theft at your home, there are ways you can avoid this. By implementing these steps for avoiding theft, you will be able to feel much more secure about your personal items on your property.
  • Marshall Stevenson
    Published 5 months ago
    I Was Hit by a Car - Should I Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?

    I Was Hit by a Car - Should I Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?

    In Canada, nearly 10,000 serious injuries were caused by motor vehicle accidents in 2018, while approximately 1,800 victims suffered from fatal injuries. Experiencing a car accident can be traumatic and financially devastating, especially if you’ve sustained a serious injury.
  • Unknown Voice
    Published 9 months ago
    Ways to Reduce Knife Crime

    Ways to Reduce Knife Crime

    As we all know, knife crime has become a big issue in our communities and I have decided to come up with a few ways we could reduce knife crime. The knife crime rates have been increasing massively in London and it’s massively affecting young adults and children. A lot of people suggest we ban drill-music, which I understand to a extent because that type of music can glorify the negative behaviour that’s been going in the streets of London.
  • Lavender Baj
    Published 10 months ago
    How My True Crime Addiction Taught Me the Importance of an Emergency Folder

    How My True Crime Addiction Taught Me the Importance of an Emergency Folder

    So I’ve been obsessed with true crime, cults, conspiracy theories and the darker side of history for like half a decade now, but even before podcasts and Buzzfeed Unsolved even existed, I would often spend my weekends watching documentaries on murders, wars and crime.
  • Cato Conroy
    Published 12 months ago
    10 Signs of a Human Trafficking Ring

    10 Signs of a Human Trafficking Ring

    Human trafficking is considered to be one of the most gruesome crimes in existence. It's a crime that involves the capture of men, women, and children, and then using them as slaves.
  • Alana Redmond
    Published 12 months ago
    How to Get a Record Expunged When You’re an Immigrant

    How to Get a Record Expunged When You’re an Immigrant

    An “expungement” is the deletion of a conviction on a person's criminal record. Different states approach expungement differently. If you wish to seek expungement in any state it's important to collect all the necessary records you will need to show your immigration status before you contact a record sealing attorney or go to the courts.