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Fraud in America

Summarizes and briefly discusses a Department of Justice bulletin article that reports on the prevalence, extent, and nature of fraud in America. Discusses how common fraud is and the financial damage of fraud to individuals.
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U S Department of Justice Survey Results About the Extent and Prevalence of Fraud in America Well-functioning communities in which individuals feel safe andcared-for and are best able to give back to other community members arebuilt on trust People agree to trust each other enough to give and receivesupport whether that support is financial emotional spiritual orotherwise Thus a society without trust is less of a functional community The lack of trust intrinsic to societies where lying cheating or twisting the truth

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