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  • 1 fraud — [frɔːd ǁ frɒːd] noun [countable, uncountable] LAW a method of illegally getting money from a person or organization, often using clever and complicated methods: • Should audits be expected to detect every fraud? • He had a criminal conviction for …

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  • 2 fraud — [ frɔd ] noun ** 1. ) count or uncount the crime of obtaining money from someone by tricking them: Police are investigating a complex fraud involving several bogus contractors. tax/insurance/benefit fraud a ) only before noun relating to fraud:… …

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  • 3 get your head down — get/keep your head down UK INFORMAL ► to put all your effort into finishing a particular task: »If I get my head down, I ll be able to finish the report before the end of the day. ► to do or say as little as possible in order to avoid attention:… …

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  • 4 get/keep your head down — UK INFORMAL ► to put all your effort into finishing a particular task: »If I get my head down, I ll be able to finish the report before the end of the day. ► to do or say as little as possible in order to avoid attention: »The chairman intends to …

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  • 5 Get-rich-quick scheme — Easy money redirects here. For other uses, see Easy Money (disambiguation). A get rich quick scheme is a plan to acquire high rates of return for a small investment. The term get rich quick has been used to describe shady investments since at… …

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  • 6 Fraud — Criminal law Part of …

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  • 7 fraud — An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of inducing another in reliance upon it to part with some valuable thing belonging to him or to surrender a legal right. A false representation of a matter of fact, whether by words or by conduct …

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  • 8 fraud — An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of inducing another in reliance upon it to part with some valuable thing belonging to him or to surrender a legal right. A false representation of a matter of fact, whether by words or by conduct …

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  • 9 fraud-u-Net — adj. Relating to a company that announces a cutting edge Internet product in an effort to raise their stock price. n. [cf. fraudulent.] Example Citations: Another reason Wall Street is staying away is that the shadow of fraud u Net releases has… …

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  • 10 fraud */*/ — UK [frɔːd] / US [frɔd] noun Word forms fraud : singular fraud plural frauds 1) a) [countable/uncountable] the crime of obtaining money from someone by tricking them Police are investigating a complex fraud involving several bogus contractors.… …

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  • 11 get off — Ⅰ. UK US get off Phrasal Verb with get({{}}/get/ verb ( tt , got, got, or US gotten) ► [I or T] INFORMAL to leave work with permission, usually at the end of the day: »If the factory workers have met their …

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  • 12 get off sth — UK US get off (sth) or get sb off (sth) Phrasal Verb with get({{}}/get/ verb ( tt , got, got, or US gotten) ► LAW to avoid punishment, or to help another person to avoid punishment for something: »She was charged with fraud, but her lawyer… …

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  • 13 get sb off — UK US get off (sth) or get sb off (sth) Phrasal Verb with get({{}}/get/ verb ( tt , got, got, or US gotten) ► LAW to avoid punishment, or to help another person to avoid punishment for something: »She was charged with fraud, but her lawyer… …

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  • 14 get sb off sth — UK US get off (sth) or get sb off (sth) Phrasal Verb with get({{}}/get/ verb ( tt , got, got, or US gotten) ► LAW to avoid punishment, or to help another person to avoid punishment for something: »She was charged with fraud, but her lawyer… …

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  • 15 get away with sth — UK US get away with sth Phrasal Verb with get({{}}/get/ verb ( tt , got, got, or US gotten) ► to succeed in avoiding punishment for something ► to do something successfully although it is not the best way of doing it: »In these fraud cases,… …

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  • 16 get in over your head — be/get in over your head ► to be involved in something that is too difficult for you to deal with: »He denied fraud saying he was a businessman who just got in over his head. Main Entry: ↑head …

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  • 17 E-mail fraud — Fraud has existed perhaps as long or longer than money. Any new sociological change can engender new forms of fraud, or other crime. Almost as soon as e mail became widely used, it began to be used to defraud people via E mail fraud. E mail fraud …

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  • 18 Data Analysis Techniques for Fraud Detection — Fraud is a million dollar business and it is increasing every year. The PwC global economic crime survey of 2009 suggests that close to 30% of companies worldwide reported fallen victim to fraud in the past year[1] Fraud involves one or more… …

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  • 19 Advance-fee fraud — African sting An advance fee fraud is a confidence trick in which the target is persuaded to advance sums of money in the hope of realizing a significantly larger gain.[1] Among the variations on this type of scam are the Nigerian Letter (also… …

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  • 20 Internet fraud — refers to the use of Internet services to present fraudulent solicitations to prospective victims, to conduct fraudulent transactions, or to transmit the proceeds of fraud to financial institutions or to others connected with the scheme. Internet …

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