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#437311 - 07/22/08 02:31 AM Are fraudsters meant to repeat  
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Hello there,

I just saw a video where a former CFO confessed the ways he victimized his organization. What is relevant in the interview was his confidence that if given the opportunity we would commit fraud all over again.

I wonder about the reasons that provoke a fraud perpetrator to repeat. Maybe just greedy or need. Who knows, just the opportunity?





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#918337 - 02/22/17 07:07 PM Re: Are fraudsters meant to repeat [Re: Consuelo Herrera]  
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It is like the murderers, rapists and every other types of criminals they are simply evil and do not care about the pain they inflict and they also enjoy it.

#918349 - 02/23/17 12:34 PM Re: Are fraudsters meant to repeat [Re: Consuelo Herrera]  
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I just read about a scam targeting senior citizens by a psychic Maria Duval. A very scary and mysterious affair, as it appears that this is a world wide scam running into millions of dollars and it is unclear who exactly runs it. Identity of this lady, Maria Duval, is also suspect.


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