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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.
 
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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Revision as of 22:54, 19 October 2017

Citation

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

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.