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Fraud typologies and the victims of fraud: literature review

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Fraud typologies and the victims of fraud : literature review. / Button, Mark; Lewis, Chris; Tapley, Jacki.

London : National Fraud Authority, 2009. 40 p.

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title = "Fraud typologies and the victims of fraud: literature review",
abstract = "This review profiles a wide range of frauds which affect individuals and small businesses. In particular, it looks at mass marketing, identity and small business fraud. The review highlights the diversity within fraud including who perpetrates it. The report also shows the level of innovation and skill involved in committing fraud, thus coining the word {\textquoteleft}scampreneurs{\textquoteright} to describe these criminals.",
author = "Mark Button and Chris Lewis and Jacki Tapley",
note = "Institution: University of Portsmouth. Department: Institute of Criminal Justice Studies.",
year = "2009",
language = "English",
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