e-fraud


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e-fraud

(Electronic-FRAUD) Online trickery and deception. See phishing and hijacking.
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The President underscored the need for the bodies of telecom regulators in the continent to place priority attention to protecting their consumers from e-fraud,
Summary: The use of e-payments nationally increases the risk of e-fraud -- banks in Nigeria are stepping up security.
The course included five themes, such as cybercrimes law, misuse of information technology systems and e-fraud.
Virtually, all societies in the modern world are troubled by some related fraud activities such as e-fraud in some abstracted cybercrime environment in this modern cyberspace advancement.
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Global Banking News-January 2, 2014--Victims of e-fraud to be compensated under new rule
There is no electronic voting machine or risk of e-fraud: as the votes are counted, a scrutineer calls out the name and a needle and thread is passed through each ballot.
Security of purchase, particularly online, could become a major consumer concern if identity theft, e-fraud and mistrust of the financial sector continue.