Act or course of deception, an intentional concealment, omission, or perversion of truth, to (1) gain unlawful or unfair advantage, (2) induce another to part with some valuab…le item or surrender a legal right, or (3) inflict injury in some manner. Willful fraud is a criminal offense which calls for severe penalties, and its prosecution and punishment (like that of a murder) is not bound by the statute of limitations. However incompetence or negligence in managing a business or even a reckless waste of firm's assets (by speculating on the stockmarket, for example) does not normally constitute a fraud. In such cases, the aggrieved party (creditors or stockholders/shareholders) must prove that at some point they were intentionally deceived on ... See link below
Intentional perversion of truth in order to induce another to part with something of value or to surrender a legal right.
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A fraud is person who cheats to gain something,for example a guy asks a other guy to pay a lot for just something old but the other guy thinks it's new. Added: Legal Definiti…on: "Fraud is generally defined in the law as an intentional misrepresentation of existing fact made by one person to another with knowledge of its falsity and for the purpose of inducing the other person to act, and upon which the other person relies with resulting injury or damage." Added: A major type of fraud is occupational (business-related) fraud. This type of fraud includes misappropriation of company assets (i.e., stealing cash or property by deception), financial statement fraud (lying on the financial statements) and corruption (which is typically, but not necessarily, found in government settings).
ANSWER Pious fraud in relation to the New Testament era and that of the early church refers to the practice of passing off a writing as that of someone else in order to… give it added authority. People would choose the name of an authority such as an apostle in order to get their work have greater credibility. By definition, as the name suggests, such activity is by nature fraudulent . Since the early Christians were particularly careful about knowing who wrote what they made sure the correct titles were on all the works of the New Testament. In the second century AD a church officer was dismissed for passing off his otherwise orthodox work as that of the apostle Peter (who was of course dead by this time). Allegations of pious fraud have frequently been made against various works of the New Testament canon. Often this is done without consideration of all the facts in an attempt to cast doubt upon the work itself. It must be remembered that works were not accepted unless the author was known for certain and this uncertainty was one of the factors which delayed the acceptance of the Book of Revelation for a time. Example of alleged Pious Frauds THE BAPTISMAL FORGERY The contradictory "baptismal formulas," the simple "in the name of the Lord" of Peter in Acts, and the elaborated forgery of Matthew, "in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost," are sufficiently branded with falsity in the preceding paragraphs, and may be dismissed without further notice. This "Trinitarian Formula" is most palpably a late forgery, never uttered by Jesus Christ; for the Holy "Trinity" was not itself officially invented until the Council of Constantinople, in 381 A.D. THE FORGED GOSPEL ENDINGS "The conclusion of Mark (xvi, 9-20) is admittedly not genuine. THE "WOMAN IN ADULTERY" FORGERY The CE. has admitted that the so-called pericope adulterae, was regarded as spurious until the Council of Trent, in 1546, declared it divine truth; THE "LORD'S PRAYER" FORGERY As may be seen by mere comparison, the "Doxology" at the end of the Lord's Prayer in Matthew (vi, 13): "For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen," is an interpolation into the original text, and is omitted as spurious by the Revised Version; THE "UNKNOWN GOD" FORGERY Paul's use of the pretended inscription on the statue on Mars' Hill, "To the Unknown God," on which is based his famous harangue to the Athenians: "Whom therefore ye ignorantly worship, him declare I unto you." This omits the truth, for the whole inscription would have been fatal to his cause. THE FORGED EPISTLES, ETC. But the entire "Pauline group" is in the same forged class with Hebrews, says EB. after exhaustive consideration of the proofs, internal and external: THE "EPISTLE OF PETER" FORGERIES THE "GOD MANIFEST" FORGERY THE "THREE HEAVENLY WITNESSES" FORGERY for full text see link, "The Forged Gospel Endings"
1. US Agricultural policy of giving business owners money. 2. Boards of directors granting extremely high compensation levels to executives for a mediocre to bad job. … 3. The FDA allowing food makers to advertise "Zero Trans Fat" when in fact there may be trans fat in the food. The FDa allows less than .5g per serving.
I knew of a woman who was on medicare and her and a bunch of her friends all signed up with the same doctor at a local mall. They would all schedule appointments with the doc…tor at the same time and have him sign off on the checkups. Afterwards they would all hang out at the mall for the afternoon and have the transport come pick them up. Essentially they were getting medicare to pay for the transportation for their day trips to the mall.
a politician might find out in advance where a new park was to be built and buy the land near the site. The politician would then sell the land to the city for a profit.
Types of criminal fraud include:bait and switchbankruptcy fraudbenefit fraud, committing fraud to get government benefitscounterfeitcharlatanism (psychic and occult),confidenc…e tricks such as the 419 fraud and Spanish Prisonerselling counterfeit goods which are not what they claim to be, e.g., designer clothing, fake works of art, archaeological objects, etc.creation of false companies or "long firms"embezzlement, taking money which one has been entrusted with on behalf of another partyfalse advertisingfalse billingfalse insurance claimsforgery of documents or signatures,health fraud, for example selling of products known not to be effective, such as quack medicines,identity theftinvestment frauds, such as Ponzi schemes and Pyramid schemesReligious fraudmarriage fraud to obtain immigration rights without entitlementrigged gambling games such as the shell gamesecurities frauds such as pump and dumptaking payment for goods ordered with no intention of delivering themtax fraud, not reporting revenue or illegally avoiding taxes (tax evasion). Iin some countries tax fraud is also prosecuted under false billing or tax forgery
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A business might partake in fraudulent activities by manipulating or misrepresenting business accounting records, profit information, sales data, or other pertinent financial …information.
Examples of medical fraud include: Doctors charging Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance for care not performed. People using the name and insurance card of someone else to… get care. Chiropractors and Dentists upcoding-- using more expensive codes to get paid more. Patients going from pharmacy to pharmacy filling prescriptions for controlled drugs so that they can sell them on the street. Durable medical equipment companies preying on the elderly and charging Medicare for equipment not medically necessary such as scooter mobile wheelchairs.
Fraudulent financial dealings, influence peddling and corruption in governments, brokers not maintaining proper records of customer trading, cheating customers of their tradin…g profits, unauthorized transactions, insider trading, misuse of customer funds
It's misrepresntaton of patient services and it's wrong cause it's like stealing
There are quite a few job frauds in the world, many of which claim that the employee will make large sums of money in a very short timespan. Some of these job frauds are actua…lly listed as "work from home" opportunities.