fraudster


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fraudster

(ˈfrɔːdstə)
n
a swindler
Translations

fraudster

[ˈfrɔːdstəʳ] Ndefraudador(a) m/f

fraudster

[ˈfrɔːdstər] n (mainly British)fraudeur/euse m/f
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Don't be intimidated by demands to pay quickly - this could be a sign that a fraudster is trying to get the money before the fraud comes to light.
They're used to augment data the fraudster may already have obtained through other methods such as large-scale data breaches.
The study by Bank of Scotland and YouGov found one in 10 had lost out to a fraudster while one in three people (29%) knew someone who had.
Such scams trick account holders into authorising a payment to another account - usually a fraudster.
"There is nothing called foreign currency traded less than the market price, and anyone who claims to own it is a fraudster, and must be avoided and reported immediately, wondering if such currencies exist and generate profit as the fraudsters claim, why don't they themselves benefit from them?" he wondered.
As with iTunes gift cards, the fraudster doesn't require the physical Steam Card to redeem the value.
NICE (Nasdaq: NICE) has unveiled an innovative, new Proactive Fraudster Exposure capability in its NICE Real-Time Authentication (RTA) solution that empowers contact centers to expand and augment their defense against fraud, the company said.
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The fraudster claims that the victims will be reimbursed in the future once the upfront fee is paid.
Fraudsters can cover up their fraudulent activities by various concealment methods making fraud detection very difficult unless the fraudster is specifically investigated.