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Synonyms for paperhanger

someone who passes bad checks or counterfeit paper money

one whose occupation is decorating walls with wallpaper

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The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimates that businesses lost over $3 billion to check fraud in 2014 alone.
Close to 90 percent of financial professionals claimed to have experienced check fraud, and 82 percent of respondents reported that checks were the primary target for fraud according to the 2014 Payments Fraud and Control survey.
Source Technologies line of MICR print solutions provide true business process improvement by cutting costs by as much as 80 percent, virtually eliminating the risk of check fraud and improving efficiencies by removing manual processes.
Although this scheme may have netted the defendant in this case a small fortune, stale-dated check fraud is not a particularly troublesome area if encountered.
It also says that annual check fraud losses now exceed $20 billion, which is up from $12 billion in 1996 and $5 billion in 1993.
However, the legal liability for check fraud losses has now shifted to depositors.
While the banking industry and business community play significant roles in curbing check fraud, they cannot do it without help from law enforcement and lawmakers.
A charge of attempted check fraud at the rug store could be added, he said.
Investigators must remain alert to indicators that signal check fraud activity.
com citing that check fraud is second largest form of payments fraud and the 2012 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey reporting that 85% of businesses that experienced payments fraud in 2011 were victims of check fraud, it is clear that check fraud remains a significant financial risk-factor for businesses.
Mitek's Signature and Check-Stock Validation Addresses Growing Check Fraud Problem
Check fraud is one of the banking industry's biggest problems, costing banks about $1 billion a year, said Sonia Barbara, a spokeswoman for the American Bankers Association in Washington.
1) The most prevalent problem in the industry, by far, centers on check fraud, but also involves other counterfeit negotiable instruments, such as traveler's checks, credit cards, certified bank checks, money orders, and currency.
to deliver enhanced check fraud detection solutions to the financial services industry.
The report, released at the AFP Payments Forum in Orlando, Florida, found that checks continue to be the focus of criminal attacks as nearly all organizations (93 percent) that experienced payments fraud were victims of attempted check fraud.