5 edition of Schemes found in the catalog.
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Waddington Galleries, 1-25 July 1981.Cover-title: Generator.
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Once actor has the car, inferior work is completed and victim cannot get the return of the car until the very high bill is paid. Actor 2 arrives and Schemes Actor 1 where he can find the prostitute but cautions on taking all the money as the prostitute might rob him.
Police Impersonation: Actor tells victim that his bank is being operated by fraudulent bank officers. Actor then deposits Schemes series of bad checks but prior to their discovery, withdraws funds from the bank. Actor advises victim that the curse must be removed. Actor 1 puts his money into a handkerchief with the victims money. Insurance Fraud: To engage in an act or pattern of activity wherein one obtains proceeds from an insurance company through deception.
Utilities Impersonators: Actor impersonates utilities employees by wearing jumpsuits with name tags. Investment Schemes: Where an unsuspecting victim is contacted by the actor who promises to provide a large return on Schemes small investment.
Public Assistance, Food Stamps, or Medicaid from the State or Federal Government. Embezz1ement: When a person who has been entrusted with money or property appropriates it for his or her own use and benefit.
The bag or box is switched. Actor 1 moves the caps around and shows victim the cap with the pea under it. Extortion: Occurs when one person illegally obtains property from another by actual or threatened force, fear, or violence, or under Schemes of official right.
00 for every franchise sold. This can be accomplished by either use of a stolen phone,or where an actor signs up for service under false identification or where the actor clones a valid electronic serial number ESN by using an ESN reader and reprograms another cellular phone Schemes a valid ESN number.
Bank Fraud: To engage in an act or pattern of activity where the purpose is to defraud a bank of funds.
Land Fraud: Actor induces victim to purchase tracks of land in some type of retirement development which does not exist.
Directory Advertising: Actor either impersonates sales person from a directory company like the yellow pages or fraudulently sells advertising which the victim never receives.
Ponzi: An investment scheme where the actor solicits investors in a business venture, promising extremely high financial returns or dividends in a very short period of time.
TYPES OF WHITE COLLAR CRIME AND SCHEMES National Check Fraud Center Types and Schemes of White Collar Crime TYPES OF WHITE COLLAR CRIME• Advanced Fee Schemes: Actor induces victim to give him some type of advanced fee in return for a future benefit.