To claim more than you need to complete the task is basically dishonest. When you claim that you have worked for longer than you have, even if you have worked harder and smarter than someone else finding themselves in your position, you are making a false claim which is fraudulent.
To prove that you did not commit fraud, you can gather evidence such as documents, receipts, or any other relevant records that can demonstrate your innocence. It is also helpful to present any witnesses who can corroborate your version of events. It is essential to communicate openly with investigators and provide any information or facts that can support your defense.
Fraud is a deliberate act of deception or deceit with the intention of obtaining financial or personal gain. It involves intentional misrepresentation, concealment, or manipulation of facts. On the other hand, honest mistakes are unintentional errors or oversights that occur without any deceitful intentions. They are a result of human error or lack of knowledge, understanding, or attention to detail.
Some are, some aren't. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
One sign of a scam is that you'll have to pay a fee up front for "training" or "supplies". A legitimate job shouldn't cost you anything; they should be paying you. Be extremely suspicious about any "job" that involves money flowing the other way.
At the very least, you should investigate the company's reputation thoroughly before you even consider signing up. As a first step, toss the name and the word "scam" into a search engine and see what comes up.
Even those which aren't outright frauds in a legal sense are often quite misleading. They may quote large potential incomes, but calculate them based on extremely unreasonable response rates (sort of like telling you it's "possible" for a real estate broker to make 1,800,000 per month... all she has to do is sell a million-dollar home every day earning a 6% commission on each sale) or quoting gross income without mentioning that expenses will likely run 99% or higher, turning your "$6,000 weekly!" into about $250 a month.
If the salary being offered seems apppropriate for the sort of work required, it's less likely to be a scam. It's even better if it requires specific skills that don't sound like you're describing the runner-up at a beauty pagent: "enthusiastic" is not a specific job skill; "Transact-SQL" is.
The reason computer crimes and hacks are difficult to detect is because of software with numerous bugs and the fact that the IT industry is way behind hackers today. Software bugs allow hackers to enter your computer by being exploited or in the case of anti-intrusion programs, not correctly identifying an intruder or not even detecting anything at all. The reason the IT industry is falling behind hackers today is because there are not that many people working in the industry.
Many agencies do make public records available for free, you just need to visit your local city hall.
Now days each government agency makes their own policy on what public records they make available to be searched online for free. Many State, County, Cities and Towns have their own websites that allow users to search land deeds, vital statistics, court records and forecloses. Its all up to the agency and the type of public record you're looking for.
You are best served by contacting the US Trustees Office. They are responsible for confirming the facts of the alleged bankruptcy and administer the payment of any negotiated settlement.
The name of the individual Trustee can be found through the PACER court system, where complete documentation for the filing is available to the public.
You can also report the individual or business to the IRS and FBI.
The exact consequences of computer crimes varies by the exact crime. Sometimes there is a fine, but often the consequence is prison time. Some crimes are unique to computers such as computer hacking, while others are regular crimes that just happen to be done on a computer (such as fraud, drug dealing, or murder for hire).
No. you can open a dispute with the seller that scammed you though
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The basic answer is that all such people claiming to be in such camps are trying to defraud. Very few people in a refugee camp, if any, would have internet access. Especially to the extent that these people have.
If you have you received an email from a person (especially a girl) who claimed he/she is residing in a refugee camp in Dakar, Senegal, I can assure you it's a scam and there is no camp in Senegal. That person is a swindler.
There has been an "advance fee" scam going for awhile in which a person - most always a girl/woman - will strike up contact with someone, either as a pen pal or some other innocent encounter. Then, at a certain point, she'll let it drop that she could get a lot of money owed her, or even get out of the refugee camp, if only she had $X for this, that or the other.
There are several camps in Senegal and should you wish to donate any money it is highly recommended you do so through a recognised charity.
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an act to set up Federal Reserve Banks in 1913. signed by Woodrow Wilson. Who years later said, "I am a most unhappy man, I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is now controlled by it's system of credit. We are no longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men." - Woodrow Wilson
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five years in prison and or 5000 dollar fine. period!!!
I married who I thought was a nice man only to find out he used a bogus social security number.What do I need to do to clear my name from this imposter?
When there is no audit in place
The paperowrk/documents used to commit the fraud. (???)
Firefighters and police officers are essential to the welfare of the community.
Welfare fraud will generally run you 2-4 years federal, plus state level penalties when applicable.