fraud

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} sahtekâr

Tom sahtekârlıktan suçlu. - Tom is guilty of fraud.

Dünyada bir sürü sahtekar insan var. - There are a lot of frauds on the world.

{i} hile

Tom, Batı medyasında yaygın bir biçimde seçim hilesiyle suçlandı. - Tom was widely accused in the Western media of election fraud.

Son zamanlarda bir çok hileli iğrenç olaylar vardı. - Recently there have been a lot of nasty incidents with fraud.

{i} sahtekârlık

Akademik sahtekarlık düşündüğünüzden daha yaygındır. - Academic fraud is more common than you think.

Tom sahtekârlıktan suçlu. - Tom is guilty of fraud.

(Avrupa Birliği) hile, dolandırıcılık, sahtecilik
{i} dolandırıcılık

Akademik dolandırıcılık, çoğu insanın düşündüğünden muhtemelen daha yaygındır. - Academic fraud is probably more common than most people think.

Banker dolandırıcılık suçundan hapse girdi. - The banker went to jail for fraud.

düzenbaz
dolandırıcı ve hilekar kimse
al
foya
{i} dolandırıcı

Tom Mary'yi bir dolandırıcı olarak ortaya çıkardı. - Tom exposed Mary as a fraud.

O dolandırıcılıktan suçludur. - She is guilty of fraud.

{i} hilekârlık
dolandırıcı/sahtekarlık
{i} hilebaz
(Askeri) HİLE, DOLANDIRICILIK, SAHTEKAR
{i} hilekâr
{i} numaracı kimse
yolsuzluk
aldatma

Tom besin piramidinin aldatmaca olduğunu fark etti. - Tom realized the food pyramid was a fraud.

desise
hileci
aldanma
fraud detection
(Ticaret) dolandırıcılık tespiti
fraud department
dolandırıcılık şubesi
fraud department
dolandırıcılık masası
fraud department
dolandırıcılık masası, dolandırıcılık şubesi
fraud in the inducement
Saikte hata
fraud squad
dolandırıcılık Kadrosu
fraud against law
(Kanun) kanuna karşı hile
fraud and bankruptcy
(Kanun) dolandırıcılık ve iflas
computer fraud
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayar sahtekarlığı
insurance fraud
(Sigorta) sigorta sahtekarlığı
wire fraud
elektronik sahtekarlık
wire fraud
elektronik dolandırıcılık
constructive fraud
yapıcı hile
legal fraud
yasal dolandırıcılık
pious fraud
sahte dindarlık
Internet fraud
(Bilgisayar) İnternet üzerinde yapılan dolandırıcılık
corporate fraud
Kurumsal dolandırıcılık
deceit, fraud, misleading act
yalan, hile, yanıltıcı hareket
property acquired by fraud
sahtekârlıkla elde edilen mal
serious fraud office
ciddi dolandırıcılık büro
by fraud
hile ile
computer fraud
bilgisayar sahtekarligi
cover up one's fraud
açığını örtmek
election fraud
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim sahtekarlığı
obtain by fraud
hile ile elde etmek
uncover one's fraud
açığını yakalamak
using fraud
(Kanun) hile yapma
using fraud in commerce
(Kanun) ticarete hile karıştırma
wilful fraud
(Kanun) kasten hile
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Any act of deception carried out for the purpose of unfair, undeserved and/or unlawful gain
One who performs any such trick
The assumption of a false identity to such deceptive end
To defraud
{n} deception or breach of trust with a view to impair the rights of another, a trick or dishonest transaction, an attempt to gain an advantage by immoral means
A deception deliberately practiced in order to secure unfair or unlawful gain The deliberate faking of paranormal phenomenon, generally for the purpose of financial gain, psychological manipulation, or notoriety Faking for the purpose of entertainment (e g , by stage magicians and mentalists) is not normally classed as fraud
An act of deception carried out for the purpose of unfair, undeserved, and/or unlawful gain, esp. financial gain
* A fraud is an intentional deception perpetrated to secure an unfair gain Financial fraud, that is, a deception practiced on another party to cheat them out of money, is the most commonly discussed type of fraud The term "research fraud" or "scientific fraud" is also used to mean an intentional deception about scientific results, a type of research misconduct In this case there is no financial transaction, there need not be a financial transaction to obtain a financial benefit which the perpetrator receives, and there need not be an injured party
Any intentional deception designed to unlawfully deprive the Air Force of something of value or to secure from the Air Force for an individual a benefit, privilege, allowance, or consideration to which he or she is not entitled Such practices include, but are not limited to
An intentional perversion of truth; deceitful practice of device resorted to with intent to deprive another of some property or other right, or in some manner to do him injury
The intentional and successful employment of any cunning, deception, collusion or artifice used to circumvent, cheat, or deceive another person whereby that person acts upon it to the loss of his property and to his legal injury
Intentional deception or misrepresentation that could result in some unauthorized benefit to oneself or other person Fraud is illegal and carries a penalty when proven Examples of fraud include
The intentional and successful employment of any cunning, deception, collusion, artifice, used to circumvent, cheat, or deceive another person, whereby that person acts upon it to the loss of his property and to his legal injury
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
Any intentional deception or misrepresentation that an individual or entity does which could result in an unauthorized TRICARE benefit or payment
something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage intentional deception resulting in injury to another person
An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of obtaining some valuable thing or promise from another
Intentional deception to deprive another person of property or to injure that person in some other way
The intentional and successful employment of any cunning, deception, collusion, or artifice, used to circumvent, cheat or deceive another person whereby that person acts upon it to the loss of the property and to his legal injury
The intentional perversion of the truth in order to mislead someone into parting with something of value
The act of leading a person to believe something which you know to be false in a situation where you know the person will rely on that thing to their detriment
One who performs such an act
The intentional and successful employment of cunning, deception, collusion; or artifice used to cheat or deceive another person whereby that person acts upon it to the loss of his property and to his legal injury
something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage
Fraud occurs when the mark owner knowingly made a false representation to the U S Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) regarding a material fact, or else willfully withheld material information, and the USPTO would not have issued the registration but for its reliance on the false representation Fraud in procuring or maintaining a trademark registration is a defense to trademark infringement, and can lead to the cancellation of the mark's federal registration (the mark owner retains common law rights) Additionally, under Lanham Act §38 a civil court may award damages to any person who has been damaged by the mark owner's fraud
Any intentional deception designed to deprive the United States unlawfully of something of value or to secure from the United States for an individual a benefit, privilege, allowance, or consideration to which he or she is not entitled Such practices include, but are not limited to, the offer, payment, or acceptance of bribes or gratuities; making false statements; submitting false claims; using false weights or measures; evading or corrupting inspectors or other officials; deceit either by suppressing the truth or misrepresenting material fact; adulterating or substituting materials; falsifying records and books of accounts; arranging for secret profits, kickbacks, or commissions; and conspiring to use any of these devices The term also includes conflict of interest cases, criminal irregularities, and the unauthorized disclosure of official information relating to procurement and disposal matters Top
a person who makes deceitful pretenses
Such an act injurious to another
An intentional perversion of truth; deceitful practice or device resorted to with intent to deprive another of property or other right
Fraud is the crime of gaining money or financial benefits by a trick or by lying. He was jailed for two years for fraud and deception Tax frauds are dealt with by the Inland Revenue
Willful misrepresentation by one person of a fact inflicting damage on another person
A knowing misrepresentation made with intent of causing another to rely upon it to the latter's detriment
When you intentionally mislead another person or company to gain an unjust advantage Fraud can have criminal implications
1) Methods used to deceive to cause unwarranted favorable decision for one's own benefit 2) Deliberate misrepresentation or misstatement 3) Concealment of facts which should at the time be made known
disapproval If you call someone or something a fraud, you are criticizing them because you think that they are not genuine, or are less good than they claim or appear to be. all those fashion frauds who think they are being original by raiding the tired old styles of the '60s. In law, the deliberate misrepresentation of fact for the purpose of depriving someone of a valuable possession or legal right. Any omission or concealment that is injurious to another or that allows a person to take unconscionable advantage of another may constitute criminal fraud. The most common type of fraud is the obtaining of property by giving a check for which there are insufficient funds in the signer's account. Another is the assumption of someone else's or a fictitious identity with the intent to deceive. Also important are mail and wire fraud (fraud committed by use of the postal service or electronic devices, such as telephones or computers). A tort action based on fraud is sometimes referred to as an action of deceit
An intentional deception that financially injures another person(s) in any way
A trap or snare
An intentional perversion of the truth; deceitful practice or device resorted to with intent to deprive another of property or other right, or in some manner to do him injury
Deceitful conduct designed to manipulate another person to give something of value by (1) lying, (2) by repeating something that is or ought to have been known by the fraudulent party as false or suspect or (3) by concealing a fact from the other party which may have saved that party from being cheated The existence of fraud will cause a court to void a contract and can give rise to criminal liability
intentional deception resulting in injury to another person
A fraud is something or someone that deceives people in a way that is illegal or dishonest. He believes many `psychics' are frauds who rely on perception and subtle deception
{i} swindle; deceit; cheating; forgery; embezzlement; cheat, swindler
Any form of deceit, trickery, breach of confidence, or misrepresentation by which one party attempts to gain some unfair or dishonest advantage over another
A false representation of a matter of fact (whether by words or conduct, by false or misleading allegations, or by concealment of that which should have been disclosed) which deceives and is intended to deceive another to his/her legal injury
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fraud squad
The department in the British police force that examines fraud (=the crime of deceiving people in order to gain something such as money or goods)
fraud in fact
actual deceit; concealing something or making a false representation with an evil intent to cause injury to another
fraud in law
fraud that is presumed from the circumstances although the one who commits it need not have had any evil intent
fraud in the factum
leading someone to sign the wrong contract
fraud in the factum
fraud that arises from a disparity between the instrument intended to be executed and the instrument actually executed; e
fraud in the inducement
misleading someone about the true facts
fraud in the inducement
fraud which intentionally causes a person to execute and instrument or make an agreement or render a judgment; e
fraud squad
The fraud squad is a part of a police force whose job is to investigate crimes involving fraud. the department in the British police force that examines fraud (=the crime of deceiving people in order to gain something such as money or goods)
fraud squad
division within the police force which investigates dishonest dealings
419 fraud
A scam in which the solicitor offers large sums of money in return for a smaller up front investment
affinity fraud
Fraud whose victims are susceptible because they trust the perpetrator as a member of their circle
carousel fraud
The theft of value-added tax from a government by exploiting the way VAT is treated within multijurisdictional trading where the movement of goods between jurisdictions is VAT-free
click fraud
A type of fraud in which a computer program is used to simulate mouse clicks on advertisements, driving revenue to the advertiser, who is paid per click
electoral fraud
Politics. Illegal interference with the process of an election, especially with the intent to stage a desired election outcome
fraud.
supercherie
insurance fraud
Deliberate but secret causing of an event, for which a claim for compensation for insured property becomes seemingly lawful according to the insurance policy and receiving such a compensation

My mom took an insurance policy for her car, and, in need of money, she secretly blew it up, blaming the event on the gas leak at the gas station. Then she received compensation from the insurance company for the damage. Therefore, she committed insurance fraud.

mail fraud
A class of felonies, providing for a separate and additional federal penalty for any criminal offense whose perpetration involved the use of the postal system of the United States of America

The mail fraud statute and its counterpart, the wire fraud statute, historically have been powerful instruments for prosecutors.

pious fraud
An act of innocent deceit, technically using the methods of a fraudster but for an honest, honorable purpose

White lies are verbal cases of pious fraud.

wire fraud
A class of felonies, providing for a separate and additional federal penalty for any crime of fraud involving the use of electronic communications methods

The mail fraud statute and its counterpart, the wire fraud statute, historically have been powerful instruments for prosecutors.

internet fraud
(Bilgisayar) Internet fraud refers to the use of Internet services to present fraudulent solicitations to prospective victims, to conduct fraudulent transactions, or to transmit the proceeds of fraud to financial institutions or to others connected with the scheme
Serious Fraud Office
SFO a British government department whose job is to examine complicated cases of fraud (=dishonest business practices) to find out whether businesses have cheated or made money in illegal ways. The SFO has the right to ask the police to charge people if it thinks they are guilty of fraud
Yazoo land fraud
(1795-1814) Scheme to sell land in Georgia. After legislators were bribed to sell Georgia's western land claims around the Yazoo River to four land companies for $500,000, public anger forced a newly elected Georgia legislature to rescind the act (1796) and return the money. Much of the land had meanwhile been resold to third parties, who refused the money and maintained their claim to the property. The state ceded its claim to the U.S. in 1802. In 1810 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the 1796 rescinding law was an unconstitutional infringement on a contract. By 1814 the U.S. government assumed possession of the territory and awarded the claimants over $4 million
constructive fraud
comprises all acts or omissions or concealments involving breach of equitable or legal duty or trust or confidence
election fraud
misrepresentation or alteration of the true results of an election
extrinsic fraud
fraud that prevents a party from knowing their rights or from having a fair opportunity of presenting them at trial
frauds
plural of fraud
intrinsic fraud
fraud (as by use of forged documents or false claims or perjury) that misleads a court or jury and induces a finding for the one perpetrating the fraud
mail fraud
use of the mails to defraud someone
obtaining by fraud
gaining possessions or property by deceitful means (criminal offense)
wire fraud
Fraud committed by means of electronic communication, as by telephone or modem
yazoo fraud
7, 1795, of 35,000,000 acres of her western territory, for $500,000, to four companies known as the Yazoo Companies from the region granted ; commonly so called, the act being known as the Yazoo Frauds Act, because of alleged corruption of the legislature, every member but one being a shareholder in one or more of the companies
yazoo fraud
In 1802 the territory was ceded to the United States
yazoo fraud
The claims of the purchasers, whom Georgia had refused to compensate, were sustained by the United States Supreme Court, which (1810) declared the repealing act of 1796 unconstitutional
yazoo fraud
Congress in 1814 ordered the lands sold and appropriated $5,000,000 to pay the claims
yazoo fraud
The grant by the State of Georgia, by Act of Jan
yazoo fraud
The act granting the land was repealed in 1796 by a new legislature, and the repealing provision was incorporated in the State constitution in 1798
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