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Definition of Fraudster
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Fraudster
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1. Technology and Banking: Hearing Before the Committee on Banking & Financial edited by Richard H. Baker (2000)
"... the Internet has provided the fraudster with quicker, cheaper access to millions of investors.16 By regulating offers of securities, the Commission is ..."
2. Russian Organized Crime in the United States: Hearing Before the Permanent by DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"... a second group of individuals that we are facing here in the United States coming out of Eastern Europe, and we like to describe them as the "fraudster. ..."
3. The Future of Privacy by Perri 6 (1998)
"... in the event that someone tries to cheat the system and spend the same e-cash twice, does the system release details of the identity of the fraudster. ..."
4. Crossing Boundaries: Statistical Essays in Honor of Jack Hall by William Jackson Hall, John Edward Kolassa, David Oakes (2003)
"A fraudster has a, hopefully different, multivariate distribution F. The distributions (7i<n and F are high-dimensional, with possibly complex interactions ..."
5. Science and Technology to Counter Terrorism: Proceedings of an Indo-U.S by Roddam Narasimha, National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), United States, Office of Naval Research (2007)
"... or a fraudster from a remote country, but it is physically difficult to apprehend somebody not in your own country. Branscomb noted a precedent in civil ..."