Scams

Consumers should be aware that scams have been reported by a number of board-certified plastic surgeons, whose patient’s before-and-after images they say have been stolen for use in false advertising and other concerning practices.

The fifth in a series or network of inauthentic Forbes websites has been taken offline, its domain name now under the protection of Forbes’ authorized legal and site security teams. ForbesLosAngeles.com, now defunct, is not now and never has been…

A website once producing fake Forbes magazine covers and publishing plagiarized original reporting by legitimate news outlets was shut down early Friday. ForbesLasVegas.com is the third such “Forbes” website taken offline in as many months, following review and reporting by…

A website created in the look and likeness of global media brand Forbes.com has been caught plagiarizing original reporting by The New York Times, USA Today, CNBC, and other news outlets. ForbesLasVegas.com is not a legitimate Forbes-owned publication, but a…

Surgical Times is providing additional information and updates—not corrections—on a story we published yesterday. A website built to look like a legitimate Forbes Media property is publishing “Forbes” magazine covers that feature local and national influencers and other celebrity actors…