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Organizational Crime

Subjects : law, business-skills
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1. The return of a portion of the money received in a sale or contract - often secretly or illegally - in exchange for favors

2. Not only takes money from the country - but also threatens our safety and national defense - cheats hard working taxpayers - and reduces consumer ability to obtain important goods and services

3. Filing claims for services or medications not received; forging or altering bills or receipts; using someone else's coverage or insurance card.

4. The deliberate failure to pay taxes (usually by making a false report)

5. Identity theft in its most simple and common form.

6. Concealing the source of illegally gotten money

7. Using public office for personal gain

8. Fraudulent selling conducted over the phone. It most often targets the poor and elderly. Topology: Advance fee fraud - Pyramid schemes - Overpayment fraud - Charity fraud etc.

9. Any fraud that involves an insurance company - whether committed by consumers - insurance company employees - producers - health care providers - or anyone else connected with and insurance transaction.

10. Acts in violation of federal environmental law. Criminal acts could include the discharge of a toxic substance into the air - water - or soil which pose a significant threat of harm to people - property - or the environment - including air pollution

11. Any scheme that attempts to unlawfully obtain money or valuables in which the postal system is used at any point in the commission of a criminal offense

12. The fraudulent appropriation of funds or property entrusted to your care but actually owned by someone else

13. Also known as insider trading; using non-public information of manipulation for monetary gain in the stock market

14. The clandestine collection of trade secrets or proprietary information about a company's competitors

15. Any crime that involves a computer and a network - where the computers may or may not have played an instrumental part in the commission of a crime. Topology: Spam - Fraud - Obscene or offensive content - Harassment - Drug trafficking - Cyberterroris

16. Fraudulent practices that eliminate competition or restrain trade usually leading to excessive prices.

17. The making or distributing of fake money

18. Creditor Fraud - if they exaggerate the amount of money owed to them by the debtor. - If you lie and say they owe you more than they actually owe you - Fraudulent transfer - person filing for bankruptcy gives away property right before filing for ba

19. Is a situation in which the legal and ethical management of financial resources does not take place. In most countries around the world - this type of fraud occurs due to deliberate decisions and actions made by people who handle money and other asse

20. Billing for services not actually performed; falsifying a patient's diagnosis to justify tests - surgeries or other procedures that aren't medically necessary; misrepresenting procedures performed to obtain payment for non-covered services