Wildberries.ua – це хакерський проект пукіна для викрадення грошей українців і втюхування їм вати


 
Wildberries.ua – це хакерський проект ображеного карлика пукіна для викрадення грошей українців і втюхування їм вати.

Аналогічні шахрайсько-пропагандистські сайти запущені у Вірменії, Білорусі, Казахстані, Киргизії, Польщі, та Словакії.

Центальний офіс знаходиться у столиці путляндії, а з метою прикриття на сайті вказана назва і адреса фіктивної польської фірмочки із копійочним статутним капіталом.

З пустіючого бюджету путляндії ображений карлик пукін виділив аж 1 мільярд доларів на дану спецоперацію. Але, за давньою кацапською традицією, 70% коштів було розкрадено ще до початку реалізації проекту. Звідси такий млявий дизайн, поганий асортимент, лише расейська мова фронтофісу і усе інше.

Та виконавці даної пакості не засмучуються, вони хочуть поповнити свій бюджет за рахунок обманутих лохів-покупців, а також витягнути з них дані їх платіжних карток, щоб потім вкрасти з них усі наявні там гроші.

Просунуті українські користувачі з першого погляду зрозуміли обман і залишили наступні відгуки в мережі: только упоротый .. в таком сортире что-то купит, магаз для бомжар. Але значна кількість недосвідчених покупців можуть втратити свої кошти. Тому ми усіх попереджуємо:

Wildberries.ua – це хакерський проект пукіна для викрадення грошей і втюхування вати. УКРАЇНЦІ – БУДЬТЕ УВАЖНІ!!!

 
 
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Снова на Киев? Умоетесь соплями путиноиды и холопы обиженного карлика пукина!

Снова на Киев? Умоетесь соплями путиноиды и холопы обиженного карлика пукина!

Адепт новомразии придурок захарка нелепин призывает наказать Украину за нежелание переписывать Конституцию под путинские хотелки
 

 
 
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Дегенерата медведчука пригорає від справеделивої відповіді за брехню. На newsone чекає перевірка Нацради

Дегенерата медведчука пригорає від справеделивої відповіді за брехню. На newsone чекає перевірка Нацради.

Неймовірний поворот! Нацрада перевірить помийку newsone дегенерата медведчука через те, що її ведучі брехали про мою справу та називали вбивством мій захист життя. Сама помийка це називає наступом на свободу слова, але на цьому відео я показую, як вони брехали та маніпулювали
 

 
 
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“Вазраждение” путляндии по-пукински: тотальный крах планов “оживить” свою экономику

“Вазраждение” путляндии по-пукински: тотальный крах планов “оживить” свою экономику.

То, что в путляндии называется “вазраждением”, на самом деле является вырождением и, если хотите, деградацией
 

 
 
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Двойной привет обиженному карлику пукину: британские десантники у берегов Крыма

Двойной привет обиженному карлику пукину: британские десантники у берегов Крыма.

Стало известно о том, что в учениях принимают участие не только десантники 16 десантно-штурмовой бригады вооруженных сил Великобритании, но и специальных подразделений Pathfinders и SAS. То есть, здесь можно наблюдать элитные подразделения, которые без надобности особо не «светятся»
 

 
 
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НБУ погодив кандидатуру Наумова на посаду голови правління «Ощадбанку»

Національний банк України погодив кандидатуру Сергія Наумова на посаду голови правління державного «Ощадбанку» за результатами розгляду пакета документів та співбесіди, проведеної правлінням НБУ, повідомила про рішення, ухвалене напередодні, пресслужба регулятора.

«Голова правління державного банку призначається та звільняється з посади наглядовою радою банку після проходження конкурсного відбору. Строк повноважень голови правління становить п’ять років. Голова правління вступає на посаду після надання письмової згоди на це Національним банком», – розтлумачили в НБУ.

Читайте також: «Ощадбанк» повідомив про нову перемогу над «Сбербанком» у спорі за торговельну марку

У червні Сергій Наумов переміг у конкурсі на посаду голови правління «Ощадбанку». Із вересня 2014 року він обіймає аналогічну посаду у «Піреус банку МКБ».

«Ощадбанк» після «Приватбанку» є другим за розмірами активів державним банком України.

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Dirty Money, Criminal Cash: Bank Leaks Reveal Vast Scale of Global Fraud

Leaked documents allege that some of the world’s biggest banks have allowed $2 trillion  worth of suspicious or fraudulent activity to take place – including money laundering for criminal gangs and terrorists. The so-called “FinCEN files” consist of more than two thousand Suspicious Activity Reports or SARs sent by banks to the U.S. Treasury, alerting the authorities to possible criminal activity, from 1999 and 2017. The files were leaked to Buzzfeed and shared with a network of journalists. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.

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Italy’s Coalition Government Fends off Salvini

Italy’s fragile coalition government breathed a collective sigh of relief Tuesday after voters denied the country’s populist leader Matteo Salvini the major electoral breakthrough he was seeking in hotly contested regional elections.  The center-left Democratic Party, PD, managed a comfortable victory in Tuscany, a region the left has ruled without interruption since regional governments were first elected in 1970, frustrating Salvini in taking the biggest prize in the elections for the governments of seven regions and a thousand towns and cities the length and breadth of Italy.Tuscany is the buckle of the left’s so-called “red belt” and was targeted by Salvini’s populist Lega party. Salvini himself campaigned tirelessly in Tuscany in the run-up to the polls, predicting his party could win the wealthy region behind his handpicked candidate for the governorship, the telegenic 33-year-old Susanna Ceccardi, a former mayor.With the regional counts still to be finalized Tuesday, the Democrats looked sure to hold three regions it ruled before. Along with Tuscany, incumbent PD governors were on course to win re-election in the southern regions of Campania and Apulia.  The leaders of the key government parties of Prime Minister’s Giuseppe Conte’s coalition government, which is made up of the Democratic Party and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement, M5S, along with some other smaller groups, were quick to celebrate Tuesday.Democratic Party leader Nicola Zingaretti talks to the media during a press conference, in Rome, Sept. 21, 2020.PD leader Nicola Zingaretti said, “We are very satisfied.” He said the result would facilitate further reforms and cooperation within the government.And Luigi Di Maio, Italy’s foreign minister and a prominent member of M5S, said at a press conference: “Those that tried to transform this referendum into a vote against the government received a boomerang.” Eugenio Giani, the PD’s gubernatorial candidates in Tuscany, hailed his win an “extraordinary victory.”But for all of the center-left’s jubilation, the PD lost a fourth region, Marche, where the far-right Brothers of Italy, part of a Lega-led center-right alliance, won the vote. And the contest in Apulia in the heel of Italy was close. The Lega-led center-right alliance held easily the three regions it was defending, including Veneto in the northeast, where incumbent Luca Zaia secured election as governor for the third time with an emphatically large majority. The size of his victory — he won 75% of the vote, largely due commentators say to his handling of the coronavirus pandemic — has prompted speculation that he might seek to challenge Salvini in the future for the leadership of the Lega. Zaia denies he has any plans to do so.Jacopo Morrone, a Lega lawmaker, claimed the results overall are a victory for the populists, saying it was always going to be difficult to win Tuscany or Apulia “but to put them [the PD] in difficulty is a good result.”The fact, though, that the Lega-led center-right opposition failed to land a knockout blow in the regional elections by winning the prize of Tuscany is being widely seen by analysts as strengthening Prime Minister Conte’s shaky coalition government — at least in the short term.Longer term, this week’s regional elections have confirmed that the Lega has managed to maintain a shift in the regional power balance further to the right nationally. Fourteen of the country’s 20  regions now are ruled by the Lega or its allies. A 15th could be added to the Lega tally. The votes of elections this week in the French-speaking Val d’Aosta, a tiny region in the north-east, remain to be counted, but exit polls suggest Lega-allies are likely to win there.Pollster Lorenzo Pregliasco told reporters that this week’s regional elections should be considered a tie. “The PD had done a lot of expectation management, so that [the results] seem almost a victory, even if it is more of a draw,” he said. Other analysts say Salvini made a PR mistake with his pre-election forecasts that Lega would manage a victory in Tuscany.

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EU Summit Postponed After Council President Quarantined

A spokesman for European Council President Charles Michel says a summit of European Union leaders scheduled for Thursday and Friday has been postponed, after Michel was forced to go into COVID-19 quarantine following contact with an infected security guard.  EU council spokesman Barend Leyts tweeted that Michel learned on Tuesday that a security officer, with whom he was in close contact early last week, tested positive for COVID-19. The @eucopresident has decided to postpone the special European Council meeting that was planned for 24 and 25 September to 1 and 2 October #EUCO— Barend Leyts (@BarendLeyts) September 22, 2020Leyts said the EU council president is tested regularly, and as recently as Monday tested negative for COVID-19. But Michel plans to follow Belgium’s COVID-19 regulations and is going into isolation. The EU is headquartered in Brussels. The summit, now scheduled for Oct. 1-2, will focus on a variety of issues ranging from Brexit negotiations, to climate change, to the tensions between Greece and Turkey over energy rights on the eastern Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus. Final approval for sanctions against Belarus regarding the crackdown following the country’s contested election last month is also set to be a focus. Michel, a former Belgian prime minister, spent much of the past week in shuttle diplomacy over the Turkey issue, including trips to Cyprus, the Greek island of Lesbos and Athens. 
 

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Dirty Money, Criminal Cash: Bank Leaks Allege Vast Scale of Global Fraud

Leaked documents allege that some of the world’s largest banks have allowed $2 trillion worth of suspicious or fraudulent activity to take place, including money laundering for criminal gangs and terrorists.  
 
The so-called “FinCEN Files” consist of more than 2,000 Suspicious Activity Reports, or SARs, sent by banks to the U.S. Treasury, alerting the authorities to possible criminal activity, from 1999 and 2017. The files were leaked to Buzzfeed and shared with a global network of investigative journalists.   
 
The documents allege that British giant HSBC transferred $80 million of fraudulent money via the United States to Hong Kong as part of an illegal Ponzi scheme, despite earlier warnings from U.S. authorities.  
 
The documents also say U.S. bank JP Morgan Chase moved $1 billion through a London account that it later discovered may have belonged to Semion Mogilevich, a Russian mafia boss still on the FBI’s Most Wanted list.  
 
German firm Deutsche Bank is accused of transferring dirty cash from money launderers with links to organized criminal gangs and terrorists. A bank spokesperson, Joerg Eigendorf, said Monday that the transactions were all historic.  
 
“What’s being reported now is not new, not to us and not to our supervisory authority. Everything has been processed and we had a very close look at everything. But most importantly, we have made huge investments in this [compliance] sector since 2015,” Eigendorf told reporters.
 
Standard Chartered and Bank of New York Mellon also appear several times in the leaks. All the banks involved say they fully comply with laws and regulations and that the cases are historic.
 Reports: ‘FinCEN’ Documents Show Banks Moved Suspect FundsThe media reports were based on leaked suspicious activity reports (SARs), filed by banks and other financial firms with the US Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)HSBC said in a statement: “Starting in 2012, HSBC embarked on a multiyear journey to overhaul its ability to combat financial crime across more than 60 jurisdictions. HSBC is a much safer institution than it was in 2012.” HSBC share prices fell more than 5% around the world Monday following the publication of the story, with other bank stocks also recording losses.
 
Standard Chartered said it ‘took its responsibility to fight financial crime extremely seriously.’
 
JP Morgan said, “Today, thousands of employees and hundreds of millions of dollars are devoted to helping support law enforcement and national security efforts.”
 
Bank of New York Mellon said the following: “As a trusted member of the international banking community, we fully comply with all applicable laws and regulations, and assist authorities in the important work they do.”
 
British politics also is under the spotlight. Lubov Chernukhin, a British citizen of Russian origin, has donated $2.2 million to the Conservative Party since 2012. The FinCEN leaks reveal her husband was secretly funded by Suleyman Kerimov, a Russian oligarch currently under U.S. sanctions, with close ties to President Vladimir Putin. Chernukhin’s donations were legal, according to her lawyers, who say the money has no links to the Kremlin.
 
So, why weren’t the transactions stopped? Tom Keatinge, who heads the Center for Financial Crime and Security Studies at Britain’s Royal United Services Institute, told VOA that it’s very difficult for banks to spot criminal activity.  
 
“The way I like to visualize this is imagine you’re standing on a street corner on Oxford Street in London, a major shopping thoroughfare. And someone says, ‘Right, you need to identify who either has just been shoplifting or who is about to go shoplifting.’ How easy would you find that?”
 
Keatinge says the global system for reporting suspicious financial activity is not fit for its purpose.  
 
“Half a million in the U.K., several million every year in the United States of Suspicious Activity Reports are filed by banks and other like accountants and so on. And what do those authorities do with all that data? They obviously can’t look at every single one of those filings.”
 
“I think the one thing the United States can be congratulated for is its willingness to go after bad actors, particularly bad actors outside the United States, it must be said. That’s rare around the world,” Keatinge added.  
 
Britain stands accused of failing to do enough to tackle financial crime. The anti-corruption group Transparency International estimates $100 billion of dirty money passes through London every year.  
 
“If you want to launder dirty money, then the U.K. has all the tools you need,” says Keatinge. “It has the law firms, it has the global banks, it has the offshore financial centers, it’s got the real estate to invest your money in, it’s got the private schools to spend your money on. And so, the sooner the U.K. staffs its response to financial crime as if it is playing an international role, the better. We have to move faster on fixing the system. Because right now, the criminals have the upper hand.”  
 
Keatinge says despite the banks’ claims, criminal financial activity is still happening on a vast scale – and governments and financial institutions must do far more to crack down. 

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 Turkey Embarks on Naval Buildup, Stoking Tensions

Turkey is in the midst of a major naval construction program, seeking to restore regional maritime influence lost since the collapse of the Ottoman empire, and the project is already generating regional tensions.”Turkey will get back its fair share in the Mediterranean, Aegean and the Black Sea,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared last month. “If we say we will do something, we will do it, and we will pay the price.”Turkey’s imperial legacy looms large in the fabric of Turkish society. An imposing statue of the 16th century Ottoman Admiral, Hayreddin – or Barbarossa – dominates a square adjacent to Istanbul’s Bosphorus waterway.A statue of the 16th century Ottoman Admiral, Hayreddin – or Barbarossa – dominates a square adjacent to Istanbul’s Bosphorus waterway. (Dorian Jones/VOA)Many European historians portray Barbarossa as a pirate and slave trader. However, in modern Turkey, he is still revered for his naval victories that asserted Ottoman control of the Mediterranean Sea.Since 1923, when the Turkish Republic was founded on the Ottoman Empire’s ashes, Turkey’s military power was primarily land-based, with its naval forces limited to coastal patrols.Under the mantra of “Blue Homeland,” Erdogan is vowing to restore Turkey’s naval prowess and he seeks to extend its power beyond the horizon.Government videos depict images of past Ottoman Empire glories, promising to extend Turkish influence across the Mediterranean and beyond. (Courtesy: Presidency of the Republic of Turkey Communication Directorate)”Turkey is becoming a maritime state, like England, like France, like the United States,” said Retired Admiral Cem Gurdeniz, author of the “Blue Homeland” doctrine.”In order to protect Turkey’s rights and interests, in overseas areas like in [the], Persian Gulf, like in [the] Red Sea, the Arabian sea and whatever need arise, the Turkish navy, Turkey’s maritime signature should be there,” Gurdeniz told VOA.Turkey’s efforts to restore its navy to blue water power include plans for an assault aircraft carrier.GreeceThe country has given a glimpse of its longer-term goals already by challenging Greece, its neighbor, with claims on waters that Greece considers its own and that are believed to have vast energy reserves.Athens, citing international law, claims much of the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean between the two countries, confining Turkey to its coastal waters.Retired admiral Cem Gurdeniz is the architect of the “Blue Homeland” doctrine, which calls for Turkey to reassert itself as a maritime power. (Dorian Jones/VOA)”The main implication [of the Blue Homeland doctrine], first of all Greece should understand they’re not the owners of the Eastern Mediterranean or the Aegean Sea,” said Gurdeniz.”Yes, they might think in their fantasy world that all the seas surrounding them are belonging to Greece, but that dream is over.”An arms race could be looming.”The time has come to strengthen the armed forces as a legacy for the security of the country,” said Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in announcing  Athens’ own naval construction program this month.Also this month, French President Emmanuel Macron met with six Mediterranean leaders to counter Ankara’s assertiveness.”We must be tough with the Turkish government,” said Macron ahead of the summit.Erdogan pushed back, warning Macron “not to mess” with Turkey.Faceoff with EuropeOn Thursday, European Union leaders are due to discuss sanctions against Turkey to support Greece, an EU member.”We are at a watershed moment in Turkish-EU relations,” warned EU foreign affairs chief Jospeh Borrell last week.Under the threat of sanctions, Turkey stepped back, withdrawing a research ship that had been operating in waters claimed by Greece.FILE – Turkey’s exploratory vessel, the Oruc Reis, is seen anchored in the Mediterranean, off the coast of Antalya, Turkey, July 24, 2020.”Let’s give diplomacy a chance, let’s put forth a positive approach for diplomacy,” Erdogan said Friday. “Greece should also positively meet this approach of ours, and let’s take a step accordingly,” he said.Greek and Turkish officials are already holding technical talks under NATO’s auspices to introduce measures to avoid an accidental confrontation. The two NATO members are regularly holding live-fire naval exercises in close proximity.But tensions over Turkey’s naval aspirations are not limited to Greece.In July, France accused a Turkish frigate of threatening one of its naval ships seeking to enforce an arms embargo on Libya. The two countries back rival sides in the Libyan civil war.NATO is refusing to publish a report on the incident, citing the “sensitivity” of the issue.”It would be a disaster if two NATO countries started shooting at one another it would be the end of the alliance,” said Turkish presidential advisor Mesut Casin, who is also a professor of international relations at Istanbul’s Yeditepe University.The true purpose?But domestic political considerations rather than broader strategic goals may be the real driving force behind Turkey’s naval expansion.Recent opinion polls reveal Erdogan’s popularity on the wane, with the already weak Turkish economy hit hard hit by the COVID-19 epidemic. Analysts say restoring past maritime power could the door to untapped electoral support.Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks in a televised address in Ankara, Sept. 21, 2020.”Domestically owning or embracing this very nationalistic idea, very sovereignty- orientated idea you know, has improved or has expanded his support base,” said International Relations Professor Serhat Guvenc of Istanbul’s Kadir Has University.”He is getting support from circles which would normally would not want to do anything with Tayyip Erdogan,” Guvenc told VOA.Government videos depict images of past Ottoman Empire glories, and promises to extend Turkish influence across the Mediterranean and beyond.With the price tag of the ambitious naval program running into the billions of dollars, economic realities could yet stymie Erdogan’s aspirations. 

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130 млрд в мусор: путляндия обновила доску позора самолётом sukhoi superjet new

130 млрд в мусор: путляндия обновила доску позора самолётом sukhoi superjet new.

Мы с нетерпением ждем, когда команда обиженного карлика пукина начнёт рассказывать сказки о подлом Западе, который помешал ей создать обновленный суперджет и заставил чиновников спустить в трубу очередную тонну денег
 

 
 
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