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INDICATORS OF COMMERCIAL FRAUD : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Illustration 8-7: A fraudster promotes a high-yield investment programme assisted by a lawyer and an accountant. (...) Illustration 8-11: A fraudster may recommend a specific professional to carry out the due diligence, but that professional has either been compromised by the fraudster, or has insufficient knowledge to carry out thorough due diligence (...) Illustration 11-4: Fraudsters pressure evacuees to give the fraudsters permission to receive their mail.
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INDICATORS OF COMMERCIAL FRAUD : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The fraudster then uses the information to steal from the victims’ accounts. (...) The client or business associate, a fraudster, then shows the letter to potential victims so that they are induced to invest with the fraudster (...) . • A fraudster may represent that goods have been shipped or received when, in fact, they have not, or the fraudster may represent that goods exist when they do not.
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INDICATORS OF COMMERCIAL FRAUD : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
A fraudster may give the name of a well-known person or entity as his or her own or suggest an association with it, or a fraudster may simply adopt the name of another person or entity to hide the fraudster’s own identity. (...) Illustration 4-2: The fraudster introduces the potential victim to an actual or purported relative of an eminent person, such as the prime minister or a president of a country, who is willing to vouch for the fraudster or his or her proposed transaction (...) - The potential victim cannot verify that the references made by the fraudster actually support the transaction: Illustration 4-7: The fraudster states that a well-known celebrity or sports figure has invested in the fraudster’s purported transaction.
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United Nations EC
A number of authorities reported limited success in recovering losses from fraudsters as a result of the difficulties in tracing fraudsters’ whereabouts, or alleged fraudsters having moved to another country, or having become insolvent. 43. (...) Who is at risk? In particular, fraudsters may target properties: • Owned by a landlord, such as a buy-to-let owner or property developer (...) Some authorities have published their approach to deter potential fraudsters and ensure that a consistent approach is taken.
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Score: 1610641.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=ECE/HBP/WP.7/2011/3&Lang=E
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REPORT ON UNCITRAL COLLOQUIUM ON INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL FRAUD : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
However, the technology could be used to allow a business’s computer system to persuade a potential fraudster that it is succeeding in attacking the business, while allowing the business to gather information about the fraudster and avoid the threat. 24. (...) It was noted that maritime transport provides a fertile breeding ground for fraudsters because of the complexity of the transactions and because of the use of negotiable documents. (...) Various strategies were discussed to prevent and identify fraud and fraudsters, including the importance of the segregation of various duties within a business to separate individuals.
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The GSM roaming system will trigger an alert, usually after about 24 hours, but by then the fraudster has gone. The telephone company never gets paid the collection rate. (...) Legitimate calls are blocked, however the fraudsters go free to carry on in a different country. (...) It is clear that the fraudsters are very agile and flexible to be able to change where they are operating very quickly.
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Score: 1543021.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...-lumpur-05/abstract-davies.pdf
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POSSIBLE FUTURE WORK RELATING TO COMMERCIAL FRAUD : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
It is also affected by the practice of some fraudsters of paying some victims with funds taken from others, making later “investors” bear the losses. 39. (...) Such rules are not only a foundation of basic business morality but essential to avoid placing in the hands of fraudsters materials that will be used to the disadvantage of others and that may redound to the ultimate regret of the person issuing it. (...) With respect to the debate that surrounds these issues, however, it should be observed that any respect for the privacy of commercial data that is consistently used by fraudsters to hide or obscure the proceeds of commercial fraud requires careful re-examination.
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07 Online Fraud Many fraudsters like to spe- cifically target children, as young people often don’t have the experience and knowledge to distinguish legitimate requests from fraudulent ones. Fraudsters can use knowledge gained from children online to steal, black- mail, terrorize, or even kidnap.
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Score: 1466001.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ..._files/pdfs/cop-brochure_7.pdf
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The purpose of this survey is to identify good practices in the detection and prevention of fraud in land registration systems in UNECE1 countries and, in particular, the protection of information against misuse by fraudsters due to the public electronic availability of land and owner information. 2. (...) Common work should be encouraged with the police and other law enforcement agencies to track fraudsters and identify their modus operandi. 1 United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. 2 The report, on the results of the questionnaire on online access to land registration information, was prepared by HerMajesty’s Land Registry (delegation of the United Kingdom) following the Working Party’s fifth session. 3 In the survey carried out by Her Majesty’s Land Registry, all 18 respondents reported that they held their data electronically, and 83 per cent of these indicated that they made information available online to the general public. (...) Within your jurisdiction, are you able to pursue fraudsters for reimbursement of any sums of money paid out in compensation?
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Not in her room.”2 Father of teen kidnapped by someone she met on the Internet Online Fraud Many fraudsters like to spe-cifically Online Gaming & Addiction There is a growing body of evi-dence target children, as young that many children are de-veloping an unhealthy addiction people often don’t have the experience and knowledge to distinguish legitimate requests from fraudulent ones. Fraudsters can use knowledge gained from children online to steal, black-mail, to spending time online.
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