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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
This Report has three purposes. First, it describes the principal trends and developments since 2003 in four major types of crime associated with [[mass-marketing fraud]] (i.e., [[telemarketing fraud]] schemes, [[Internet fraud]] schemes, [[Nigerian fraud]], and [[identity theft]). Second, it summarizes the principal approaches that law enforcement in both countries have adopted since 2003 to combat [[mass-marketing fraud]] more effectively. Third, it reports on recommendations that the Subgroup made in 2003 as part of a binational action plan to combat [[mass-marketing fraud]], and set out additional recommendations that address changes in the nature and types of [[mass-marketing fraud]] that have emerged since 2003.
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This Report has three purposes. First, it describes the principal trends and developments since 2003 in four major types of crime associated with mass-marketing fraud (i.e., [[telemarketing fraud]] schemes, [[Internet fraud]] schemes, [[Nigerian fraud]], and [[identity theft]]. Second, it summarizes the principal approaches that law enforcement in both countries have adopted since 2003 to combat mass-marketing fraud more effectively. Third, it reports on recommendations that the Subgroup made in 2003 as part of a binational action plan to combat mass-marketing fraud, and set out additional recommendations that address changes in the nature and types of mass-marketing fraud that have emerged since 2003.
   
 
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Citation[edit | edit source]

Mass-Marketing Fraud Subgroup Cross Border Crime Forum, Mass-Marketing Fraud: A Report to the Minister of Public Safety of Canada and the Attorney General of the United States (Mar. 2008) (full-text).

Overview[edit | edit source]

This Report has three purposes. First, it describes the principal trends and developments since 2003 in four major types of crime associated with mass-marketing fraud (i.e., telemarketing fraud schemes, Internet fraud schemes, Nigerian fraud, and identity theft. Second, it summarizes the principal approaches that law enforcement in both countries have adopted since 2003 to combat mass-marketing fraud more effectively. Third, it reports on recommendations that the Subgroup made in 2003 as part of a binational action plan to combat mass-marketing fraud, and set out additional recommendations that address changes in the nature and types of mass-marketing fraud that have emerged since 2003.

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