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Credit card fraud can happen several ways. Your card could be lost or stolen and used to purchase goods and services. A criminal could obtain your card number and expiry date and use this information to buy merchandise by phone or over the Internet. Or criminals could tamper with payment terminals ...

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Either your charger or your tablet is broken. That'll be $85 please.

Answered: How much does VA Fraud cost each year

It's hard to tell, considering how many veterans the VA screws over every year.
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How can I turn someone in that claims they were injured in a car accident

Were you there? Did you witness the accident? Then how do you know? Stop and think before setting out to destry someone's life.

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SEC rules against fraudulent representations by managers and employees

Old Thomas Johnson would know the answer to that one. Unfortunately, he died.