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Unformatted text preview: Selected Answer: Intentional harm. Correct Answer: Intentional action or inaction. Response Feedback: Large loss. Fraud can involve losses of any size.Legal entity (e.g., a corporation, partnership, or trust). Fraud can be committed against both legal entities and individuals.Intentional harm. Fraud can involve accidental harm or harm not realized by the victim. For example, if by fraud one steals an object from someone, that someone is still a victim of fraud even if she never misses the stolen object.Intentional action or inaction. This is correct. Fraud generally does not include accidents. Wednesday, February 29, 2012 9:32:02 AM EST OK...
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