defrauder


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"Defrauder" merchants had to abandon their opportunistic strategy and to align on the strategy of quality.
This time, the defrauders worked around the investor moratorium by using naive or unscrupulous nonprofit corporations to acquire properties through the program at inflated prices and with no intention of completing rehabilitation.
(39) When the federal government first declared war on "health care fraud," the government's position was that all defrauders were going to be criminally prosecuted, a stance similar to the government's campaign against defendants involved in the savings and loan banking crisis during the 1980's.
"The defrauder initially paid the fraudulently obtained accounts in order to build up available credit on which he intended to default," Szwak said.
Addressing solutions, Fisher stated that given enough time, a wily thief could probably defraud anybody; thus, the goal of document security is to create an obstacle that diverts a defrauder to another document.
Were these distinguished bodies content to have a reverend forger and confessed defrauder of the Revenue among their number?
There are other reasons for which the Talmud gives permission to lie, e.g., to save oneself or one's property from a defrauder. The Midrash(26) asks: when Jacob identifies himself to Rachel, he calls himself the brother of her father (Gen.
The court also held that the word "present," as used in Coverage B, refers to the defrauder's physical location when engaged in the misrepresentations and is not intended to extend coverage for fraud perpetrated off the premises by telephone or computer, or through some other constructive presence.
And Eddie's a junkie dole defrauder with more problems than anyone deserves.
He requested the masses to trust NAB and do not be get hoodwinked by the defrauders.
Oleksandr Yablunivskyi explained that this trend could be attributed to the shift in defrauders' focus from technical methods of fraud to human error thus compelling all market players to take actions for promoting financial literacy of payment card holders.
The system weakness is it does not always recognize spoofed calls from ever-sophisticated defrauders.
That Act permits private citizens to sue alleged defrauders in the name of the government.