Diving in soccer is quite simply fraud.
This attempted fraud must be punished more severely than as if it were simply another rules infraction.
Fraud is a very high standard. For a court to accept this for fraud, it's going to have to be a very egregious situation.
Fraud is a very high standard.
An investigation is going on in a very serious manner involving fraud [and] bribery, and that investigation must be conducted in a very full manner, and it must be conducted with an open mind. You can't conduct a fair and full investigation if before it even takes place, or before it's completed, you're already proclaiming that various people are involved or not involved.
It's a piece of legislation that can best and most kindly be described as a fraud upon a group of people who had high hopes that their Congress will take care of them.
Yes! Finally captured Martha Stewart. You know, with all the massive and almost completely unpunished fraud perpetrated on the American public by such companies as Enron, Global Crossing, Tyco and Adelphia, we finally got the ringleader. Maybe now we can lower the nation's terror alert to periwinkle.
The man who is admired for the ingenuity of his larceny is almost always rediscovering some earlier form of fraud. The basic forms are all known, have all been practiced. The manners of capitalism improve. The morals may not.
Accountants don't currently learn what motivates fraudulent conduct, how to spot the signals, how to prevent fraud from occurring and much more. As it stands now, auditors are fighting a war without being taught how to recognize the enemy. Until that changes, expect more heavy casualties.
Just ask the people holding accounting degrees. 'How much did you learn about fraud in college?' The shocking answer: little or nothing.
The cost of settling private class action securities fraud litigation continues to rise. The price of poker is going up.
There was no fraud. The votes were properly counted, and despite some reports, there should be no talk about fraud and nobody can prove there were irregularities.
We hope this proposal will become part of a larger effort to crack down on fraud in our unemployment insurance system.
As we dig deeper into the origins of this fraud, we've determined that, in some cases, companies with no Internet presence whatsoever are handling the dirty work for these online operations. We indicated previously that we would take any action necessary to eliminate this threat, and we are following through on that promise to our customers.
At this point, Mr. Emerson is irrelevant. It's about electoral fraud. It's about doing the right thing for the people who live in this riding who did not have the decision that they made respected.
Most fraud like that is internal. People take the data from inside, steal it, and go. Those con artists are very good. There's no limits to their imagination on trying to get the information they need to rip you off.
We don't know if it's fraud-related or whatever. Clearly, they're being silently and illegally installed, at a minimum, for personal profit and they may also involve fraud or exploitation. I think the next week is going be the most telling and the most significant in terms of risk.
While it may not be possible to eliminate the risk of fraud altogether, a company can at least identify it early and minimize its damage with proper planning, policies and procedures.
They want to steal your identity so that they can commit fraud or rob your bank account, or charge purchases on your credit card information.
When we see large account balances, in the thousands of dollars, that's usually a situation when fraud is involved.
We got a warrant to obtain documents and records and see if there is any Medicaid fraud, and this company produces wheelchairs and walkers.
There has been pilferage of money. Prima facie there is a case of misappropriation of funds and fraud.
It is fraud to conceal fraud.
This fraud stretched from the biggest firms on Wall Street to a small day- trading shop. The common denominator was a willingness to steal confidential market information for use in illegal trading.
They have been very tight-lipped about everything. All I can say is it centers on allegations of Medicaid fraud. I don't know anything about the when, where, who, why or how much.