The Alice in Wonderland Economy

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(Worth the watch)

White Collar Crime and Criminals

“A common mistake made by victims of white collar crime is “unexamined acceptance.” No financial information received from any source should be taken for granted as being truthful and accurate without any critical analysis.”

Our late and great former President Ronald Reagan used to say:

“Trust, but verify.”

Well, how about taking it to the next level…

“Don’t trust, just verify.”

“Verify, verify, verify.”

Do not trust, just verify. Verify, verify, and verify.

White collar criminals build a wall of false integrity around them to gain the trust of their victims.

White collar criminals measure their effectiveness by the comfort level of their victims.

White collar criminals consider your humanity, ethics, and good intentions as a weakness to be exploited in the execution of their crimes.

White collar crime can be more brutal than violent crime, since white collar crime imposes a collective harm on society.

No criminal finds morality and stops committing crime simply because another criminal went to jail.

Advice From a Fraudster – White Collar Crime and Criminals

Posted by Foreclosure Fraud on November 27, 2009 ·

“A common mistake made by victims of white collar crime is “unexamined acceptance.” No financial information received from any source should be taken for granted as being truthful and accurate without any critical analysis.” White collar crime is a crime of persuasion … Read more

Press: The Attorney General’s Press Office – Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General

Tom Corbett - Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General - Protecting Pennsylvania Communities

LINK – Erie debt collection company sued; accused of using bogus “hearings” and fake “courtroom” to collect from consumers

HARRISBURG – Attorney General Tom Corbett today announced that a consumer protection lawsuit has been filed against an Erie debt collection company accused of using deceptive tactics to mislead, confuse or coerce consumers – including the use of bogus “hearings” allegedly held in a company office that was decorated to look like a courtroom.

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