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Unformatted text preview: costumers, which are often too good to be true. Although some might insist that the fraud they were victims of, was very convincing, the truth that the con is more obvious than they are willing to admit to themselves. This section will attempt to cover the urgency of the growing phenomenon of internet crime, while highlighting some good practices for consumers who need to do electronic commerce due to necessity or desire. Tax Law...
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- Spring '11