Is MoneyGram up to its old tricks?

Dave Lieber, founder of WatchdogNation.com , is like a pit bull that won’t let go of your leg. He’s chomping on MoneyGram International now because on the 1-year anniversary of the Federal Trade Commission’s $18 million settlement with the company, he wants to see if MoneyGram is still wiring money from innocent grandmothers to crooks in Canada. Answer: Sadly, YES.

VIDEO: 1 out of 10 of MoneyGram’s Canadian sales agents were crooks, FTC says

Dave Lieber's Watchdog Nation: Bite Back When Businesses and Scammers Do You Wrong

One out of 10 Canadian agents working for MoneyGram International were willinng partners in fraudulent activities that scammed Americans out of at least $84 million. But that’s not the worst. The Federal Trade Commission says executives at the Minnesota-based company knew about the fraud and did little, if anything.

Self-regulation of online spying by the spies? Oh, please!

Have you heard of online behavioral advertising? Web sites tracking your online activities, including your searches, and delivering advertising to you based on your interests. For now, the practice is unregulated by the federal government, and companies are supposed to regulate themselves. Can you believe that???

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