Fraud and Counterfeiting presentation

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The following crime types have similarities and differences:
• Fraud
• Counterfeiting
Research and provide 1–3 slides of statistical information concerning the overall scope of each crime category either nationally or world-wide.

Research and provide 2–4 slides that summarizes two specific crimes that have occurred within each category. Provide facts concerning the cases. This would include the who, what, when, where, and why of the crimes. Also include any other details, such as the number of computer(s) or people involved, or how long it took for investigators to solve and prosecute the parties involved. Discuss any financial penalties or criminal sentencing that was imposed.

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Fraud and CounterfeitingNameClassDateProfessor Fraud is Criminal Deception for Financial Gain Counterfeiting is Making an Illegal Copy ofGoods or Money One in Six People will be Victims of Fraud 12 Million Cases of Fraud Using IdentityAnnually 40 Billion Annually in Financial Loss 2,945,993,014 Cases of Fraud in 2014 Seized Counterfeit Goods Valued at over $1.7billion in 2013 (IACC, 2013). 200 Billion in Lost Revenue in United States Counterfeit Goods Make up 7% of Global Market Over 600 Million Counterfeit Dollars Circling First Case: Largest Identity Theft Case inAmerica Over 30,000 Victims Philip Cummings Charged with Wire Fraud andConspiracy Second Case: Bank Fraud at Credit Union Nine Employees Involved 26 Counts of FraudCase One: Counterfeit Smuggling Ring$300 Million in Retail Goods30 Suspect Arrested and ChargedCase Two: Teen Caught Counterfeiting MoneyPhotocopied Twenty Dollar BillCharged with Possession of a Forged Instrument Ethics are Moral Principles Defined By Societal Norms Unethical Behavior Morally Wrong not IllegalCriminal Behavior Causes Harm to OthersFraud and Counterfeit Create Financial hardshipImmoral Decision MakingDamages Victim and Society Ferrerra, A, (2011). Nine People Charged With Fraud that Led to theBiggest Credit Union Collapses in American History. Retrieved from
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