Basic Fraud Test! Trivia Facts Quiz

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  • 1. 

    What are the two type of fraud?

    • A.

      Application and Identity

    • B.

      Application and Transaction

    • C.

      Transaction and Identity

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Application and Transaction
    Explanation
    The two types of fraud mentioned in the answer are application fraud and transaction fraud. Application fraud refers to the act of providing false or misleading information during the application process, such as submitting fake documents or misrepresenting personal details, with the intention of obtaining unauthorized benefits or services. On the other hand, transaction fraud involves fraudulent activities during financial transactions, such as unauthorized use of credit cards or manipulation of payment systems. These two types of fraud are distinct but commonly encountered in various industries and sectors.

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  • 2. 

    Upon notification by a customer who claims fraud or identity theft, WeberOlcese shall continue all collection efforts until the claim has been investigated bythe client?

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    WeberOlcese should not continue all collection efforts upon notification of a customer's fraud or identity theft claim until the claim has been investigated by the client. Instead, they should suspend collection efforts and cooperate with the client's investigation. Continuing collection efforts without proper investigation could potentially harm the customer and violate their rights.

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  • 3. 

    Upon notification of a customer who is claiming fraud, an employee should:

    • A.

      Do nothing further.

    • B.

      Request that the file be closed.

    • C.

      Add the XCM and XFRD to the file.

    • D.

      None of the above.

    Correct Answer
    C. Add the XCM and XFRD to the file.
    Explanation
    When a customer claims fraud, it is important for an employee to take action. Adding the XCM (Customer Misconduct) and XFRD (Fraud) to the file helps document the customer's claim and any evidence related to it. This information is crucial for further investigation and resolution of the fraud claim. Doing nothing or requesting the file to be closed would be inappropriate responses that do not address the customer's concerns. Therefore, adding the XCM and XFRD to the file is the appropriate action to take in this situation.

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  • 4. 

    Which of the following is considered a behavioral red flag for fraud?

    • A.

      Unwillingness to share job duties

    • B.

      Taking all allotted vacation days each year

    • C.

      A work area that is abnormally messy

    • D.

      Excessive sharing of family accomplishments

    Correct Answer
    A. Unwillingness to share job duties
    Explanation
    Unwillingness to share job duties can be considered a behavioral red flag for fraud because it may indicate a desire to maintain control over certain tasks or processes, which can provide an opportunity for fraudulent activities. By not sharing job duties, an individual may be able to manipulate or exploit their position for personal gain without detection or oversight from others. This behavior can be seen as a way to avoid accountability and transparency, which are important safeguards against fraud.

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  • 5. 

    The process of money laundering can be divided into three main stages. They are:

    • A.

      Placement, layering, integration

    • B.

      Conspiracy, concealment, forgery

    • C.

      Theft, subterfuge, spending

    • D.

      Crime, using a broker, anonymizing assets

    Correct Answer
    A. Placement, layering, integration
    Explanation
    Money laundering is a process where illegally obtained funds are made to appear legal. The three stages involved are placement, layering, and integration. Placement refers to the initial stage where the illicit funds are introduced into the financial system. Layering involves complex transactions to obscure the origin of the funds, making it difficult to trace them back to their illegal source. Integration is the final stage where the laundered funds are reintroduced into the legitimate economy, appearing as legitimate assets or investments. This three-stage process helps criminals hide the illicit origins of their funds and makes it challenging for authorities to detect and prosecute them.

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