Category Archive: Banking & Money

Nov 20

Pertinent Facts on Bank Owned Homes

Bank owned homes are popular options for people who want to own properties due to their sheer number. When home owners fail to meet their mortgage obligations, the lender will begin foreclosure proceedings that will end with the ownership being transferred to the lender. And since owning homes is not really among the business operations …

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Nov 19

How To Handle A Bank Robbery

Unfortunately, bank robberies are all too common in the United States. Reports estimate that a bank is robbed roughly once an hour. Luckily, due to new banking practices, bank robberies don’t net nearly as much now as they did in years past, which can deter would-be criminals from targeting banks. However, it’s a good a …

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Nov 19

Implications Of Money Laundering

Money laundering is referred as to make to proceeds of the crime appear respectable. The whole world is now taking serious actions against money laundering. In United Kingdom, the parliament has passed money laundering act. This act has been influenced on different parliament acts. These are: Drugs Trafficking offences Act 1986 Criminal Justice Act 1993 …

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Nov 15

Secret Offshore Bank Account – Is It Possible

Secret offshore bank accounts are the stuff of legend. This article intends to debunk some of the myths about secret offshore banking by setting out what is and isn’t possible. 1) It’s impossible to open an offshore bank account without first somehow identifying yourself. This means sending a notarized copy of your bank account/passport details …

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Nov 11

What are Bank Foreclosures and Why are they Important

One of the easiest ways to save money on real estate is to buy bank owned foreclosures. These are a unique form of repo homes and are for sale in cities across the country. Homes are repossessed due to the previous owners inability to keep up with their mortgage payments. These houses are available to …

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Nov 11

Making Great Money IS Part of Your Spiritual Path

Every day I run into women who have a huge “giant-size” block when it comes to making great money doing work they love doing. They range from writers, holistic practitioners, coaches, and speakers to high powered entrepreneurs and CEO’s. They give of themselves and their gifts and yet still charge way less than adequate fees …

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Nov 08

Currency Trading And Money Laundering

Money Laundering is a big topic these days in Foreign Exchange circles. The criminal or terrorist element is almost certainly participating in that high tech world. You have probably heard or read of somebody being arrested for this recently. Money laundering is the process a criminal uses to distance themselves from the proceeds of their …

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Nov 05

Pnc Bank Online Banking

The PNC Bank Online Banking service is offered by PNC Bank to its customers and account holders. This service enables the banks clients: To access their accounts from any where in the world. Perform various functions over the net itself, saving on time. Features of PNC Bank Online Banking PNC Bank Online Banking service is …

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Oct 29

How To Use Authenticators To Solve Online Banking Security

There is still skepticism of online banking because of security and the skepticism is legitimate. Some banks have failed to keep their customer information safe. There are instances where massive debit card numbers have been stolen making one wonder how secure the online banking really is. There are also issues of key-loggers and malicious software …

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Oct 29

Kinds Of Money Lenders

There are different types of money lenders and this article deals with the different types of money lenders present in the market scenario. Some of the different types of money lenders are Mortgage bankers Mortgage brokers Wholesale Lenders Portfolio lenders Direct Lenders Correspondents Banks and Savings & Loans Credit Union Mortgage Bankers A mortgage banker …

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