Criminal fraud is all too common in our world today; fraud offenses are included but not limited to the following types:
- Identity theft: someone wrongfully obtains and uses another person's personal data that involves fraud or deception, typically for economic gain.
- Insurance fraud: it occurs most often when an insured person or entity makes a false or exaggerated insurance claim, and getting the compensation for injuries or losses that weren't actually suffered.
- Bankruptcy fraud: it can occur when the debtor violates the Bankruptcy Law, by obtaining credit under false pretenses, such as misrepresenting income or assets on the application, the fraudulent behavior will cause a creditor in the connection of losing their rights.
- Wire fraud: the crime of fraud can take many forms, scams that take place over interstate wires, such as telemarking fraud, telephonically, television, or phishing on computer, etc. typically for the purpose of economic gain.
- Tax evasion: as the saying goes, in America, the only sure things in life are death and taxes. If you intentionally fail to pay taxes or underreport your taxable income, you could be charged with tax evasion.
- Mail fraud: in America, this is one of the most common federal criminal charges. The accuser commits a crime to obtain benefits from stealing, or taking other people's mail.
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