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Fraud ACT 2006

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  • 1. 
    Section 2 of the Fraud Act 2006 is concerned with 'false representation' Which of the following statements is true? 
    • A. 

      The intent of 'false representation' is results based

    • B. 

      The intent of 'false representation' is conduct based

    • C. 

      Intent does not feature in the offence of 'false representation'

    • D. 

      The offence of 'false representation' isn't satisfied if the gain is for a third party.

  • 2. 
    Under Section 2 [False representation] Fraud Act 2006 which of the following statements is correct 
    • A. 

      False representation can not be made to a machine

    • B. 

      Under no circumstances can false representation be made to a machine

    • C. 

      False representation can only be made to a machine if it is being operated by a human, such as a pin machine in a supermarket.

    • D. 

      False representation can be made to a machine

  • 3. 
    Under false representation  Section 2 Fraud Act 2006 which of the following would amount to false representation?
    • A. 

      John is selling a yellow metal watches to attract customers he shouts " Bargain watches for sale may be gold"

    • B. 

      John sells cheap watches, to attract customers he removes 'Made in China' stickers & makes a sign saying "Made in Switzerland".

    • C. 

      John is selling cheap watches, to attract customers he makes a sign saying " Top quality watches for sale "

    • D. 

      John takes in 2nd hand watches in part exchange for new ones, he has a sign outside saying " All watches sold are brand new"

  • 4. 
    Fraud and Theft are closely related which of the following statements is correct 
    • A. 

      In order to complete a fraud offence there has to be an intention to permanently deprive the other of it.

    • B. 

      There is no need to prove an intention to permanently deprive another under the Fraud Act 2006

    • C. 

      False representation cannot be made by means of omission.

    • D. 

      It is not necessary for the person making a false representation to know the representation was dishonest.

  • 5. 
    • A. 

      A guy takes his car to a tyre expert to fix a puncture. The technician tells him that the tyre is nearly illegal and needs changing - it actually had 1.7mm of tread across it.

    • B. 

      A guy takes his car to a tyre expert to get a puncture fixed, the technician finds that the tyre has a cut in the sidewall and tells the owner it needs replacing, it has a full 5mm of tread right across the tyre.

    • C. 

      A guy takes is car to a tyre expert to have a puncture fixed the technician says " the legal limit is 2.0mm it only has 1.8mm you can't drive it away or you'll be breaking the law, I'll have to change it for you right now"

    • D. 

      A guy takes his car to a tyre expert to get a puncture fixed the technician looks at it and says " Personally I don't think its worth repairing maybe you should think about getting a new one"

  • 6. 
    Peter is in possession of a stolen credit card. One night he orders goods online via a computerised dispatching system and uses the stolen credit card details to pay. Which of the following statements is true?
    • A. 

      Peter commits fraud when he decides to use the credit card

    • B. 

      Peter commits fraud when he enters the credit card number on the computer

    • C. 

      Peter commits fraud when the seller dispatches the goods

    • D. 

      Peter commits fraud when he receives the goods

    • E. 

      Peter cannot be convicted of fraud as no people are involved in the transaction

  • 7. 
    Section 3 Fraud Act 2006 relates to Failing to disclose information. Which of the following are examples of this section. 
    • A. 

      Failing to disclose a speeding conviction you received last year when renewing your insurance policy the proposal form states you must disclose all your motoring convictions over the past 5 years.

    • B. 

      Refusing to answer questions in a police interview after being arrested for a fraud offence.

    • C. 

      Failing to disclose the fact that you have a dog living with you when you rent a home after you see the terms state no pets.

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