Consumers and organizations have many options when it comes to paying for goods and services in a fast-paced world. Countless payment methods, ranging from cash to cryptocurrency, allow for online or in-person purchases. As payment options grow, so do the variety of fraudulent schemes aimed at exploiting these opportunities. Fraud examiners must ensure that their knowledge of traditional payment schemes, such as check and payment card (i.e., credit or debit card) fraud, is supplemented with an understanding of the newer schemes that electronic and mobile payments attract.
In this course, you will learn about different payment methods and examine the prevalent fraud schemes and red flags associated with each. Additionally, this course will reference the laws and regulations in place and provide investigators, consumers and merchants with tips to help you prevent and detect payment fraud.
Table of Contents
|Lesson 2||Check Fraud|
|Lesson 3||Payment Card Fraud|
|Lesson 4||Electronic Funds Transfer Fraud|
|Lesson 5||Mobile Payment Fraud|
|Lesson 6||Cryptocurrency Fraud|
|Lesson 7||Emerging Trends and Payment Technologies|
|NASBA Information:||Specialized Knowldedge|
|Last Updated:||October 2022|
|Delivery Method:||QAS Self-Study|
Please note: To be eligible for CPE credit, you must complete the final exam within one year of purchase date. You may only claim CPE credit for a course once.
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