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For a while, she checked her credit report daily for fraudulent activity.The coming war on the hidden algorithms that trap people in poverty|Karen Hao|December 4, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Investigators at the Justice Department, FBI, IRS and other agencies have joined forces to identify fraudulent borrowers, and in September the government announced it had charged 57 people with trying to steal a total of $175 million.More than half of emergency small-business funds went to larger businesses, new data shows|Jonathan O'Connell, Andrew Van Dam, Aaron Gregg, Alyssa Fowers|December 2, 2020|Washington Post
Asked by ABC News earlier this month, most states indicated that they had seen a few isolated incidents of apparent fraudulent activity.
In the weeks since the election, we've seen a number of similar assertions, claims that because there may have been a route for people to submit a fraudulent ballot that they did so without detection at massive scale.
Not surprisingly, some states have found that a lot of their PUA claims are fraudulent.How the dark web became a haven for unemployment insurance fraud|jakemeth|November 25, 2020|Fortune
“What passes for democracy has been recognized as pure fraudulence,” Soyinka, the activist, says.
Because the original pilot was about investment bankers, “the level of his fraudulence was not as great,” says Korsh.How the Dark and Stylish Drama ‘Suits’ Became USA’s Best Show|Jason Lynch|March 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He is a professional phony, whose fraudulence is embraced by people who are fed up with looking up to celebrity.Lawsuit Over a Bad NYU Grade? Put James Franco in Detention!|Lee Siegel|December 22, 2011|DAILY BEAST
It's a scheme almost Madoff-like in its elegant fraudulence.
Both made the most of fraudulence and whatever ultimately vulgar product they could produce.
The physician sending in this material asked us to send to Lippincotts a pamphlet showing the fraudulence of the Oxydonor.
These were not men to take advantage of the impressions they produced, and to gain a subsistence by art and fraudulence.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II|Francis Augustus Cox
It was adorned with a handsome ring, on which in all their monstrous fraudulence were the arms of his family.The Bishop's Apron|W. Somerset Maugham
This trade can scarce be called an imposition; it has been so blown upon with exposures; it flaunts its fraudulence so nakedly.Across the Plains|Robert Louis Stevenson
But her fraudulence is more to be apprehended than her force.