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If your industry is adversely affected by the negative impact and publicity related to fraud, you may find it both a sign of corporate responsibility and a major savings in consumer protection site development and maintenance, along with training and awareness material development, to sponsor one location and provide links directly to it.
This naturally applies to certain government agencies as well, if not more so, due to the multiplicity and overlap of responsibilities.
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|Listing on the home page with a hierarchy based on two factors; sponsorship level based on increments of $10,000 and date of sponsorship.|
|Link to one page fact sheet on your organization with accompanying links to your site.|
|Five hundred copies of the 412 page printed edition, Crimes of Persuasion, per sponsorship level, retail value of $15,000.|
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Media Coverage of Crimes of Persuasion
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|Book Reveals Fraudulent Schemes, The Sudbury Star, August 9, 2000|
|By Bob Vaillancourt - Business Beat|
An Azilda man has used the Internet to gather hundreds of court transcripts and other information about what he calls "crimes of persuasion". Les Henderson then distilled all that he learned during two years of research into a book, called Crimes of Persuasion. The book is now being sold through Henderson’s Web page at www.crimes-of-persuasion.com
A former salesman and telemarketer, Henderson said he wrote the book to help people understand the many facets of fraud and how it can dupe even the most guarded.
While many fall victim to fraudulent marketing schemes because they believe they are genuinely helping someone, or they don’t want to be seen to be impolite, many other may not even be aware they have been victimized, attributing their loss to an investment that didn’t pan out or some other legitimate cause, he said. And there are many others who are simply too vain to admit they were "suckered" by a scheme.
How the schemes work, and why, is all part of the book, which will be ready for distribution later this fall, said Henderson.
|Look out for the Nigerian Advance Fee Fraud, Ellen Roseman, January 26, 2001 Toronto Star Business/News|
|Book tries to offer burn prevention from scam targets, Kennedy Gordon, The Sudbury Star, March 2001|
|Giver Beware, Joe Ashbrook Nickell, SmartBusiness, March 1,2002|
|Nigerian email fraud gang nabbed. by Drew Cullen, The Register May 22/02|
|Tourist Scams, Conde Nast Traveler, May 2002|
|Christian Science Monitor|
|Work-at-home scams attracting more victims by Anne Michaud PittsburghTribune-Review 05/28/02|
|The Great African Gold Mining E-Mail Operation By Ken Ringle, Washington Post, June 12, 2002; Page C01|
|Scamming Season is Here05/08/03 By RAGHURAM VADAREVU NorthJersey|
|Beware the pyramid party scheme|
|Investing with the Dolans - New York City Radio Show WOR 06/03|
|Looking for a foreigner they can use - Jill "J.R." Labbe - Star-Telegram ( Texas ) 06/08/03|
|BBC 5 Alive - radio broadcast panelist on "internet chain letter pyramid schemes" - 08/19/03|
|3AW Radio in Melbourne, Australia - 3aw.com.au - interview with Ross Warneke - 06/5/04|
|Bet on it: Online Lotto Scams Soar
by Marisa Schultz - Detroit News - 01/11/05
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