Definitions for "Fraud"
Deception deliberately practiced with a view to gaining an unlawful or unfair advantage; artifice by which the right or interest of another is injured; injurious stratagem; deceit; trick.
An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of obtaining some valuable thing or promise from another.
False and deceptive statement of fact intended to induce another person to rely upon and, in reliance thereof, give up a valuable thing he or she owns or a legal right he or she is entitled to.
Fraud is the act of using someone else's possessions, pretending to be them, for your own gain. Fraudulent people will try to take over your identity by stealing your credit card and other identifying information. Be careful if you use your credit card to buy gasoline, or wherever you use your card. Take your receipts with you so no one else has access to your accounts and uses them without your knowledge.
A dishonest act.
Dishonest business practices that lead to your doing something against your best interest.
Keywords:  lie, spite, writ, quantifiable, enacted
a lie writ large, often in a financial context, where the damage to me is quantifiable in money
A form of theft enacted by making a trade based on a lie, and keeping the property in spite of the property transfer conditions not being satisfied.
Keywords:  snare, trap
A trap or snare.
it may also be translated as loss when ghaban enters a contract unbeknown to the two partners.
Something site owners have to watch out for. Users should not fill in the same offer more than once or have more than one account per household. Thankfully, the script we use takes care of most of this for you.
See Insurance fraud
Fraud by the Insured negates a contract of insurance and the Insurer is not liable to return any premium paid.
the misuse of a card or card data by a criminal cardholder or a third party.
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