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1st Edition

Access Device Fraud and Related Financial Crimes

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ISBN 9780849381300
Published September 29, 1999 by CRC Press
176 Pages

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Book Description

Access Device Fraud and Related Financial Crimes offers front-line exposure. It is a reference text that affords the student, financial investigator or law enforcement professional a true insight into a wide spectrum of criminal activity involving financial crimes. This book brings the reader back to the scene of cases in which the intensity and ma

Table of Contents

Preface The Authors: Jerry Iannacci and Ronald Morris Technical Assistance: Chuck Baggeroer Acknowledgements Resources for Investigators Introduction History of Access Devices What is an Access Device History of Access Devices Significance of Access Devices in World Economy Fraud as it Relates to Such Devices Parties Who Investigate-Industry and Law Enforcement False Identification History of Use of False ID How Obtained How False ID is Utilized Security Elements of ID Documents Criminal Violations (State and Federal) Sources of Investigative Assistance External Schemes Involving Access Devices Credit Cards Bank Cards Check Cards Debit Cards False Applications Account Takeovers Mail Theft (NRI) Altered Cards White Plastic True Counterfeit Mail Order/Telephone Order Telemarketing Fraud Card Holder Fraud Internal Schemes Moles (Employees and Contract Workers) Merchant Collusion Employee Collusion Corrupt Federal And Sate Government Officials Investigation of Financial Access Device Crimes Police Officer Investigative Officer Parameters of Interviewing Suspects Other Interviews (POS Merchants, Victims, Cardholders) Technological Advancements Smart Cards Encryption Biometrics Other Organized Crime Enterprises Traditional West Africans Asians Russians Others Investigative Resources Available From Industry Training Aids Speakers Printed Materials 800 Numbers and Other Resources Banking and Retail Investigators Associations (Visa and Master Card) IAFCI Forensics How a Forensics Examiner Can Provide Assistance Types of Examinations Expected Results Investigator's Duties Samples-Specimens Criminal Case Preparation Witness Interviews Evidence Gathering Execution of Warrants Serving of Subpoenas Link Analysis Case Presentation Testimony (Lay and Expert) Appendix Glossary of Terms

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Jerry Iannacci (Catoctin Security Research Group, LLC, Myersville, Maryland, USA) (Author)