This is a list of how often and where the term 'fraud' appears in the book The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition.
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Chapter 9: Health and Welfare164.
"... is usually no interest for this type of credit card. The consequences of not paying of the balance each month are severe. - Identity Theft and Identity fraud - Identity theft and fraud are crimes that take place when someone wrongfully steals your personal information in some way that ..."
"...Identity theft and fraud are crimes that take place when someone wrongfully steals your personal information in some way that involves fraud or deception and uses it for their own personal gain. Combinations of personal information such as your date of birth, social security number (SSN) or individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN) or ..."
"...receive an offer for a pre-approved credit card, destroy the application before throwing it in the trash so no one else can use it. The U.S. Justice Department suggests remembering the word SCAM to reduce or minimize the risk of becoming a victim of identity theft or fraud: ..."
"...regardless of what they are telling you. If you are not certain, call your bank or organization directly. Never click on a link from an email claiming to be your bank. It can take you to a site that looks exactly like the official bank site but is a fraud. If there is a problem with one of your accounts, the bank will notify you and ask you to call them or to log onto the official site yourself, not to follow a link. When making purchases over the internet, make sure the website is secure. There are two ..."
"...a copy of your credit report annually from all credit reporting bureaus. You are entitled to one free report from each bureau (Equifax®, TransUnion® and Experian®) each year. You can do this online. The reports will list all bank and financial accounts under your name. Watch for unauthorized or fraudulent accounts opened in your name or incorrect activity on any of your accounts. ..."
"...More and more identity theft and fraud scams are coming to light on practically a daily basis. Many of these are perpetrated via the internet on social networking sites and email. Cyber-criminals have so many ways of lifting personal information from your computer that it is impossible to mention them all here. A good anti-spyware program ..."
"...Despite taking all these precautions and through no fault of your own, you could still become a victim of identity theft or fraud. If you suspect this may have happened to you, contact the police and the financial institution immediately. They may advise you to close out the account that has been tampered with or opened fraudulently in your name. You should also report it to one (or all three) of the ..."182.
"... report for your records (it may cost you a small fee but you will need it as proof to deny paying bills charged to you fraudulently). - Check fraud Scams - Don’t fall prey to check fraud by accepting a check written for more than the intended amount, whether it be payment for something ..."
"...Don’t fall prey to check fraud by accepting a check written for more than the intended amount, whether it be payment for something you are selling, a service you have provided or payment for “a job” in which you receive checks from “clients” and you are instructed to take your “pay” out of it. Typically ..."193.
"... limit immediately (which may be impossible for you). ▪ Have the phone number of the financial institution that issued your credit card so you can call immediately if your card is lost or stolen or you feel you have been the victim of fraud. ▪ Don’t forget to sign the back of your credit ..."
"... ▪ If you plan on making a lot of purchases via the internet, it is best to do so with a credit card. You have up to 30 days to dispute any purchases you feel have been made fraudulently. Or consider transferring money to a PayPal account and make purchase payments from that. If you choose not to pay with a credit card and want to use your bank debit card, consider opening a separate account solely for that purpose and maintain a set amount of money in ..."197.
"... at the end of the day. ▪ Ask your bank to be put on their “Do Not Call” list. This means they cannot share your phone number with any of their marketing and sales affiliates. If you do get a call from another financial institution, you will know it is fraud. ▪ Wait for deposited ..."