Fraud - Credit Card, Insurance, Mail - How To Deal With It
Discover the many "faces" of fraud impacting our lives. In the investment fraud section you'll learn how financial swindles take place. Find out how you can get help from an investment fraud lawyer.
Fraud Surfacing Everywhere
* Securities Fraud. Securities fraud lawyers offer insights into the litigation process where victims assume the role of plaintiff in cause of action fraud suits against defendant firms suspected of perpetrating fraud.
* Credit Card Fraud. Credit card fraud especially on the internet where "card not present" transactions offer one of the greater opportunities for fraudsters to ply their game. Credit card fraud statistics show rates over 19 times higher than in "bricks and mortar" venues where buyers and sellers meet, such as in a department store, gas station, grocery store and so on.
* Accounting & Tax Fraud. You'll also discover the ins and outs of tax fraud, what rules are commonly broken, and how the IRS and the FBI prosecute this form of fraud.
* Insurance Fraud. Insurance fraud shows the myriad ways that professional criminals as well as 1-time miscreants look to "game the system" for personal benefit, while pushing liabilities onto the insurance firms.
You'll discover insurance fraud related to life, health, accident, and auto insurance plans. And, to balance perspective, you'll learn how insurance fraud is occasionally carried out by the insurance firms themselves in an effort to defraud the policy holders of benefit payments.
* Bad Checks. Check fraud enters the review with discussion of the many and innovative check kiting schemes used to bilk merchants out of cash or merchandise. You'll see how the inter-bank check clearing system can be exploited in order to carry off a check fraud.
* Web Based "Bad Guys". Even with fraud detection technologies distributed across the internet and in merchants' data bases, internet fraud and identity fraud continue to run rampant. Nearly 10 million Americans reported identity fraud during the period 2000 to 2003, with perhaps 50% or more identity related credit frauds remaining unreported due to lack of detection.
In each fraud review section, you'll learn the mechanics and technologies used to carry out stock fraud, along with the links to stock fraud attorney specialists who have court room litigation experience to assist you in recovering your money and to help you repair credit reports reflecting your transaction histories.
Learn what fraud is and how it operates. Discover what you can do to avoid forms of swindle and deal hype which seeks to exploit naïve persons to parting with their money or personal data necessary for criminal exploitation.