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‘Heart of Gold’ Michael to be laid to rest after Limerick…

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first_imgPrint Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Advertisement Twitter Email Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WhatsApp Previous articleWin The Sopranos full series boxsetNext articleCrescent SC gets second wave of planning approved Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebookcenter_img TAGSfeaturedkileelylimerickMichael McNamarapedestrianroad accidentthomondgate RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash The fatal accident happened on Kileely Road in LimerickTHE Limerick man tragically killed last Sunday night when he was knocked down on the Northside of the city will be laid to rest later this week as family remember him for having a “heart of gold”.Michael McNamara was walking home from his brother’s house when he was struck by a car on the Kileely Road in Thomondgate.The 40-year-old father of one originally from Moyross but with an address on Monabraher Road, Ballynanty died later in hospital despite the efforts of paramedics and those who tended to him at the scene.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The driver of the car, aged in his 20s, was unhurt in the accident.The single vehicle accident happened near St Lelia’s Church where Mr McNamara’s requiem Mass will take place this Friday at 11am.Michael McNamara who was tragically killed this week, will be laid to rest this FridayMichael’s brother Christy, said that the father of one had left his house moments before he was struck by the 2007 registered black BMW car.“He was with me here in the house earlier on the night, playing darts. He went away, and then I was called down to the road by a neighbour. I went down there and he was lying on the ground,” Christy McNamara told the Irish Sun.“He had a heart of gold, you couldn’t meet nicer,” he added.Mr McNamara is survived by his parents Pauline and Paddy; daughter Kellie; sisters Denise and Tanya and brothers Christy and Darren.Gardai forensic collision investigators assessed the scene and Gardai in Mayorstone have appealed for witnesses.See more local news here News‘Heart of Gold’ Michael to be laid to rest after Limerick accidentBy Staff Reporter – July 26, 2017 1558 Linkedinlast_img read more

Fake Out: Synthetic identity fraud is the new hit on financial institutions

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first_img continue reading » Within the U.S. payments system, tenacity is turning into the new central narrative. No longer are fraudsters satisfied by assuming another person’s identity – they are now focused on creating false identities to commit large-scale financial crimes. This is called synthetic identity payments fraud, and financial institutions are left shouldering the majority of the costs.In a recent white paper published by the Federal Reserve, bold action is encouraged against this growing epidemic. As EMV chip cards have dramatically reduced card-present fraud, criminals have moved to other types of fraud activities, including synthetic identity payments fraud, which targets everyone, including children, the elderly and the homeless.Synthetic vs. Traditional Identity FraudTo understand the difference between synthetic and traditional identity fraud, we must look at how directly one is affected by the crime. In the case of traditional identity fraud, a fraudster uses another person’s credit by pretending to be them, resulting in a direct financial effect on the victim. Comparatively, fraudsters create a new identity when engaging in synthetic identity fraud, often by combining both fake and real information to establish a credit record under a new, synthetic identity. These multiple and mixed-form identities create challenges in detection, as often only one piece of a real person’s identity is being used, such as a child’s Social Security number. In these cases, criminals behave like great credit union members – always paying on time and getting credit-line increases as a reward. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more