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Chapter 15 Consumer Fraud MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Consumer fraud is described as any fraud that: a. Is committed by a consumer b. Takes place against an individual c. Is fraud committed within an organization d. Comes from a separate country ANS: B B: Correct; Consumer frauds are committed against consumers, as opposed to organizations 2. Consumer fraud includes all of the following, except: a. Telephone fraud b. Internet services or auctions c. Identity theft d. Invigilation ANS: D D: Correct; consumer fraud does not include invigilation 3. According to the Federal Trade Commission, the largest type of consumer fraud is: 4. Identity theft is used to describe those circumstances when someone uses another person’s: 5. Common identity theft methods include all of the following, except: 6. Discovery (gaining and verifying information) is part of the:
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a. Identity theft cycle b. Fraud triangle c. Investigative model d. Personal vandalism cycle ANS: A A: Correct 7. Cover up or concealment actions involve any actions: a. That keep an investigator warm during a surveillance b. That are used to keep a potential fraudster unaware of invigilation c. That are used to cover the financial footprints of a perpetrator d. That cover up the investigative steps of a fraud investigator ANS: C C: Correct 8. 1st Dimensional Actions are actions: 9. Fraudsters might complete a change of address form at the local post office: a. To redirect their mail when investigations are discovered b. To have a victim’s mail sent to an alternative address as part of an identity theft scheme ANS: B B: Correct
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