What is White Collar Crime and How Can It Impact You?
White-collar crime is a broad term used to describe any kind of fraud or criminal activity that involves deceit, misrepresentation, or violation of trust in order to gain something of value. This type of crime can include cybercrime, identity theft, securities fraud, bribery, money laundering, and more.
Understanding The Types Of White Collar Crime
White-collar crime is divided into two categories: corporate crime and individual criminal activity. Corporate crimes involve the violation of laws by companies, such as bribery, price fixing, or environmental offenses. Individual criminal acts are committed by an individual for personal gain, such as embezzlement or identity theft.
What Are Some Examples Of White Collar Crime?
When an individual or entity provides money, goods, services, or other benefits to a public official in exchange for preferential treatment. This includes making illegal payments to government officials in order to gain an unfair advantage in the market.
When an individual or entity disguises the source of illegally obtained money in order to make it appear as though it was legally earned. This is typically done by transferring money through multiple bank accounts, investments, and shell companies.
When an individual assumes another person’s identity in order to gain access to financial records, bank accounts, or credit cards.
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