Mark Cuban is now one of the many people impacted by scams in the industry he tirelessly promotes.
The “United States of Kailasa” was founded by Nithyananda, a self-styled guru who is wanted by police in India over rape and child abuse charges.
The wellness guru and self-proclaimed “witch” is accused of using manipulation and hypnosis to traffic young women.
Wink, Yubo and Patook are specifically designed for friend-making, but can they actually find me new mates?
After defrauding thousands of donors out of more than $400,000, a woman just received a three-year sentence to state prison in New Jersey.
Sidra Humaid, who ran hundreds of money-saving schemes in Pakistan for five years, posted on Facebook last week that she’s somehow lost it all.
Criminal syndicates are relocating to evade arrests in Cambodia and casting a wider net across the world to recruit their next victims.
Users are increasingly claiming they got scammed by the app, and that the messages aren’t from their friends at all.
“Thankfully it doesn’t affect the business, and my wife didn’t really care,” the licensed physiotherapist in Long Island told VICE News.