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Question 1: ________, attempt to fraudulently acquire sensitive information
Anti-spam techniquesSpam (electronic)PhishingInternet fraud

Question 2: ________ and the ZZZZ Best scam.
Los AngelesBarry MinkowSan Fernando ValleyNevada

Question 3: selling ________ goods which are not what they claim to be, e.g., designer clothing, fake works of art, archaeological objects, etc.
CounterfeitForgeryFraudCopyright infringement

Question 4: ________, creator of a $65 billion Ponzi scheme - the largest investor fraud ever attributed to a single individual.
Marc Stuart DreierBernard MadoffDavid G. FriehlingMadoff investment scandal

Question 5: Cassie Chadwick, who pretended to be ________'s daughter to get loans.
Pittsburgh Life Sciences GreenhouseMiller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon UniversityAndrew CarnegieCarnegie Mellon University

Question 6: Ramón Báez Figueroa, banker from the ________ and former president of Banco Intercontinental.
HaitiNicaraguaDominican RepublicCuba

Question 7: ________, founder of WorldCom, which inflated its asset statements by about $11 billion.
United StatesBernard EbbersOklahomaJohn Kerry

Question 8: Defrauding people or entities of ________ or valuables is a common purpose of fraud, but there have also been fraudulent "discoveries", e.g.
Economic historyMicroeconomicsMoneyEconomics

Question 9: ________, for example selling of products known not to be effective, such as quack medicines,
Committee for Skeptical InquiryHomeopathyPseudoscienceQuackery

Question 10: Kenneth Lay, the American businessman who built energy company ________.
DynegyCitigroupEnron scandalEnron

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