THE INTERNATIONAL Chamber of Commerce has published a guide alerting financial services businesses about how to avoid falling victim to fraud. Preventing Financial Instrument Fraud describes danger signals, explaining how frauds are mounted and the psychological manipulation upon which they are based. It quotes a simple definition of financial fraud: "Offering nothing for something to people who want something for nothing." *Copies available - http://www.iccbooks.com/

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