SaveTweetKnowing the different types of fraud and how they are perpetrated will help you avoid unwittingly stepping into a situation where it is you who is being defrauded.
The types of fraud you need to be aware of include credit card fraud, financial fraud, insurance fraud, tax fraud, mortgage fraud, and securities fraud.
These guides will familiarize you with the basics of fraud and the steps you should take if you have been a victim of fraud. The dos and don’ts of fraud victims are covered, as well as guidance for what to do if you suspect someone is committing fraud—even if it’s your boss.
Forgery can occur on many different levels of society;when a person commits forgery they can be criminally charged with a Class 4 felony and face up to 4 years in state prison. A skilled attorney... more
White collar crime can take place at all levels of society. From counterfeiting, to blackmail, to embezzlement it can be prosecuted on both the state and federal levels.
White collar crime is a... more
Federal fraud mail and wire
fraud laws apply when a U.S.
communication service, such as the phone and money-wiring system or the postal
service, has been used to deceive people. Telemarketing fraud... more