Fraudsters impersonate as bank executives, cheat over 1,000 people

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Delhi Police have busted a gang of cheats who posed as bank executives to dupe people of their hard earned money. The four people arrested have been identified as Pawan, Kamal, Zahid and Radha. According to police they cheated innocent people by calling them, pretending to be bank executives and taking details of their bank accounts, credit cards and OTPs. The accused disclosed that they have cheated more than 1,000 people in the last about 2 years.

The matter came to light when a person approached the Daryaganj police station and stated that he received messages about transactions from his credit card to mobikwik for Rs 1500 and Rs 3599 though he had not used his credit card for the same. He immediately blocked his credit card. After that he received two more messages for failed transactions of

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Losing Employee Life Insurance Due to Job Loss: What’s Next? | Personal-finance

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Additionally, if your spouse has a policy and you are concerned about shared dependents, Holeman says you may want to consider increasing their coverage to help offset the loss of your policy.

Act quickly

“If you are newly unemployed and you want to continue [having] life insurance, you should probably jump on that as soon as possible,” Holeman says. Insurers typically look favorably on employment as it can indicate whether you can pay your premiums. They may not see you as a risk if you can show that your unemployment was recent and you have strong job prospects.

Another way to show financial strength is through your assets. Holeman explains that insurers may be more inclined to sell you a policy if you can show a consistent history of paying for things like a car loan or mortgage.

For those who are worried that they may be losing a job

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How Customer Centricity Is at the Heart of this Fintech Org’s Cultural Reset

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Shaila Kuchibhotla’s approach to product is clear-eyed.

“My philosophy is as follows: Good products solve real customer problems, while also driving value for the business,” Kuchibhotla said.

It’s an ethos she’s aimed to implement since coming aboard Beyond Finance — which works with users to manage and resolve debt — in late 2019 as vice president of product management. Since joining the 400-plus fintech org’s Chicago hub, Kuchibhotla has helped navigate what she describes as a company-wide adoption of a more product-focused culture.

It’s a shift, she said, born out of a culture where the impact of employees’ efforts, while voluminous, wasn’t always necessarily evident. 

“Historically, there was a lot of work being done across the organization, but it wasn’t clearly aligned to company goals,” Kuchibhotla said. “The product team was at full capacity, but wasn’t really able to move the needle.”

In order to champion both product and customer,

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Capital One Quicksilver vs. Chase Freedom Unlimited: card comparison

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