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Fraud in Europe

Results from the 1998 European Fraud Survey

Identity theft complaints soared in 2011

Identity theft is alive and thriving. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission's Consumer Sentinel Network reports a significant increase in complaints.

New banking identity theft scams inject fake chat boxes, rogue web pages

article on how fraudsters are using live chat and fake free credit card fraud insurance to install malware on your computer

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Recent news reports featuring fraud

Payments that 'grease the rails'

Overview and cautions about the amendment to the U.S. FCPA that allows for “facilitating payments.”

Bitcoin creating virtual Wild West

Overview of Bitcoin, a digital money that could be used by criminals for money laundering

Mexico passes anti-money laundering law

Overview of Mexico's 2012 anti-money laundering law

Fraud in the News

news briefs of current fraud stories

Disciplinary actions

Disciplinary notices for Joseph Barbagallo and Luis Santiago

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news briefs from recent fraud stories