White-Collar Crime: Lying, Cheating, and Stealing

Crime Lying, Cheating, and Stealing
Crime , Cheating, and Stealing

Lying, Cheating, and Stealing” – That’s white-collar crime in a nutshell. Related to the term is now synonymous with the entire range of fraud committed by professionals and government.

At least one victim to any crime“. One can destroy a company, devastate families wiping out their life savings or cost investors billions of dollars. Fraud schemes are more sophisticated today than ever and we are dedicated to using our skills to track down the culprits and stop before they start.

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Asset Forfeiture
Bankruptcy Fraud
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Financial Institution Fraud
Health Care Fraud
Identity Theft

Insurance Fraud
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Mass Marketing Fraud
Money Laundering
Mortgage Fraud
Piracy/Intellectual Property Theft
Securities & Commodities Fraud
Cases: Past and Present
Wanted by the FBI
Semion Mogilevich
White-Collar Fugitives

Related Information
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Fraud Prevention Overview
Common Fraud Scams
Frauds Targeting Senior Citizens
Internet Scams
“Be Crime Smart” Advice
Selected Scams
Adoption Scams
Housing Stealing
Illegal Pharmacies
Jury Duty Scams
Options Backdating
Pump & Dump Stock Scams
– Social Card Fraud
Staged Auto Accidents
Sports Memorabilia Fraud
– Timeshare Fraud
Work at Home Scams
How to Report Fraud
Contact Your Local FBI Office
Submit a Tip Online
Report Internet Fraud

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