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The Costa Rica Parking Meter Scam

The Costa Rica Parking Meter Scam

Costa Rica News – Just in case there were not enough scams going on in Costa Rica when it comes to Real Estate, Commodities and Sweepstakes, we can add one more on a more local level. Tweet


Yet Another Costa Rica Scam…..Watch Out for the INS Call!

Costa Rica News – Because there are so many loopholes in the Costa Rica legal system and the time a money required to bring a case to trial in Costa Rica normally outweighs the compensation, Costa Rica has become a hot spot for scam artists and fraudsters.  Tweet

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Costa Rica Scammers Busted & Scams to Watch For

Costa Rica News - Police were tipped off by anonymous callers who indicated that a couple had experienced a rapid fortune. The confidential callers said that the husband and wife appeared to have acquired many luxuries in a short time. They were suspected of engaging in illegal activities. Tweet

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Avoiding the Most Common Scams in CR

Costa Rica News – Scammers are probably the best people you’ll meet in your entire life. Why? They want something that you have, and they are going to take it from you. These crooks look like anybody else you know; a friend, a trusted neighbor, or somebody posing as a relative, knocking on your doorstep.

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CR Carbon Credits Approved; Scam Warning

Costa Rica News - A local carbon market will exist soon in Costa Rica, according to the Costa Rican Minister of Environment and Energy, Rene Castro, whose aim to reduce emissions. Ms. Castro informs us that they have already made a road map for the market they seek to create. The base price has already been

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CR Freezes $6.5 Million of Ex-President

Costa Rica News – Who would have even thought a President of another country would stash their funds in Costa Rica, teh world capital of fraud an scams? The office of Costa Rica’s Attorney General said on Monday it had frozen 6.5 million belonging to a company connected to the family of former Peruvian President

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Costa Rica is a Hub for Crooks and Scammers

Costa Rica News (AP)  - We all know that scammers and scams run rampant in Costa Rcia. When an undercover agent posing as a new client sought to register at the currency transfer firm Liberty Reserve as “Joe Bogus” from “123 Fake Main Street” in “Completely Made Up City,” no one at the company based in Costa Rica objected. Tweet

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