Week 5 Forum - After reviewing the reading for week 5 as...

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After reviewing the reading for week 5, as well as the week 5 discussion articles in the lesson for this week, discuss/debate with your classmates your position on which factors you feel play a greater role pertaining to the problems associated with defining and determining the frequency of corporate and white-collar crime. Also, discuss with your classmates possible solutions to this problem. “Generally, however, white-collar crime is defined as a violation of the law commit- ted by a person or group of persons in the course of an otherwise respected and legitimate occupation or business enterprise.” (Adler, 2013). Here are a few more known examples of white collar crimes: Embezzlement, Forgery, Fraudulent checks, Insider trading, and Ponzi schemes. It seems to me that it covers any sort of fraud. Insurance fraud is definitely a thing I have seen along with fraudulent checks. When I was younger someone gave me a fraudulent check to cash, luckily I waited until the bank gave me the okay, turns out it was a bad check. The bad thing is, sometimes banks count that as available funds, but not cleared
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  • Summer '15
  • white collar, PONZI SCHEMES, White-collar crime, Confidence trick, fraudulent checks

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