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Cybercriminals usually make a series of simultaneous large purchases, and once approved, stop using the identity to apply for credit and abandon repayment of the debt on these large purchases or loans.




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Occurs when someone assumes an identity in order to avoid legal consequences. It usually occurs when a person provides false information to the police at the time of arrest, as criminals possess official government-issued documents fraudulently obtained through a synthetic identity or have acquired a fake ID card.


Companies that require telephone customer identification are at risk of fraud attacks and identity theft because there is sometimes insufficient security. In addition, security questions or passwords are becoming obsolete due to their unreliability, which is why biometric solutions for customer identification are becoming essential.


By applying voiceprint biometric authentication, such as Recordia, an extra layer of security will be achieved without relying on insecure passwords or other access methods, greatly reducing the risk of being a victim of this type of attack. The voiceprint is unique to each person, so it is impossible for it to be replicated, creating a fully effective, secure, and seamless method of identity authentication.


US defense contractor Walter Primrose and his wife, Gwynn Morrison, are accused of living under the names of infants who were less than a year old when they each died, according to a court filing unsealed Friday and posted online by the Daily Beast. Their fake names were of babies Bobby Edward Fort and Julie Lyn Montague.


The couple, both in their late 60s, so far face charges of aggravated identity theft, conspiracy to commit an offense against the US and false statement in an application for a passport after they were arrested on a Hawaiian island Friday.


The defendant pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Jerome B. Simandle in Camden federal court to a second superseding indictment charging him with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Using the alias Stanley Hyde, Fullenwider admitted purchasing four condominiums in North Wildwood, New Jersey, after presenting a false identification and using fake documents to support fraudulent loan applications.


Fullenwider served as a straw buyer and purchased four North Wildwood properties at the inflated rates in late January and early February of 2007. Fullenwider used the alias Stanley Hyde and a false Social Security number to purchase the properties. In order to qualify for mortgage loans, Fullenwider and his conspirators created false documents, such as fake W-2 forms, pay stubs, bank statements and investment statements, to make him (and other straw buyers) appear more creditworthy.


Want to create a fake ID card? While fake IDs are illegal in most jurisdictions, it isn't hard to make a fake ID for novelty purposes or to flex your graphic design skills. We'll show you easy ways to make a fake ID from an existing ID card and/or a state or regional ID template, and how to print your ID onto convincing materials. Keep in mind that the penalties for making a fake ID often include jail time and thousands of dollars in fines, so don't try using or selling the ID you've created.


Following a car pursuit in Omaha, the Nebraska State Patrol says 43-year-old Jeremy Binns provided a false identity throughout the process of apprehension, treatment at the hospital and booking at the Douglas County Jail.


It's well known the French government collaborated with the Nazis during World War Two, helping send tens of thousands of Jews to their deaths. What is less well known are the heroic efforts by members of underground resistance groups to save Jews in France. Many of those who risked their lives are now gone or have been reluctant to share their stories. 92-year-old Adolfo Kaminsky was a Jewish teenager when he joined the French resistance. He had a unique talent he had picked up while working at a dry cleaners, an expertise that helped him become one of the greatest forgers in France during the war. Incredibly, he and the resistance networks he worked with created fake identity documents that helped save the lives of as many as 14,000 Jewish men, women, and children.


French resistance networks tried to save as many Jews as possible -- especially children -- giving them fake identity papers and smuggling them across the border -- or hiding them in farms, schools and convents in France. Adolfo Kaminsky was just 18 when he began to work as a forger for the resistance.


The first option entails creating a person with a name and an entire identity around them in order to make the account feel authentic. In the worst case, if your cover is blown, you will have to delete everything and start over. Jake advises that, while the first option is the most effective way to operate, the second option is probably the easiest approach for most:


Several fake name generator APIs are available for developers and end-users to take advantage of, which provide various artificial data to use as needed. These APIs create entire false identities, as required, which users can then submit to online information request forms, use for fictional characters, and more. Additionally, some name generator APIs also provide end-users with virtual avatars for their online alias.


Identity generating APIs use machine learning to review real and fake names and use this information to create realistic imaginary identification information. End-users can request a fictional personality and receive name, date and location of birth, address, phone and email information for their fictional individual. The API allows developers to connect to machine learning services using pre-generated source code, eliminating the need for manual coding.


Typically, fake name generation APIs provide an entire fictional identity, including personal details. Alternatively, they may also provide end-users with the ability to create a customized online avatar from the name and gender provided.


Fraud has a long history. Old-fashioned confidence schemes, scams through the mail (such as fake lotteries) or via telephone (false bill and tax collectors), and cyberattacks all share a common thread: the desire for easy cash by criminals who may never see their victims in person.


In correspondence with the Research Directorate, an associate professor of criminal justice at Indiana University, who served in the Indian police force for 17 years and continues to conduct research on Indian criminal justice issues, said that most identity documents in India can be faked and/or obtained by fraudulent means and can be "custom ordered in most parts of the country" (Associate Professor 11 Apr. 2014). He said that the most commonly faked documents are ration cards, birth certificates, driving licenses, and municipal documents, and that these fraudulent documents are prevalent throughout India (ibid.). In correspondence with the Research Directorate, a representative of Transparency International (TI) India, the Indian chapter of the worldwide NGO that fights corruption and promotes transparent and ethical governance (TI n.d.), also indicated that fraudulent identity documents are commonly available in India (ibid. 23 Apr. 2014). This source indicated that the most commonly faked documents are the ration card and voter ID card (ibid.). He stated that fraudulent documents are more prevalent in the slum areas of metropolitan cities and at border areas of the country, particularly the border with Bangladesh (ibid.).


Indian media sources report on several incidents in which people suspected of making fake identity documents were arrested, including for forging voter identity cards (The Times of India 25 Sept. 2013; Press Trust of India 7 Feb. 2014; Hindustan Times 10 Mar. 2014) and ration cards (The Times of India 8 Aug. 2013).


The Times of India reports on a case in which two people in Delhi were arrested for supplying fake driving licenses, birth certificates, and other identity-related documents (17 June 2013). The police reportedly recovered 31 fake driving licenses, 31 fake stamps of several state transport authorities, and holographic stickers from the suspects, who charged between 2,000 Indian rupees (INR) [C$37 (XE 28 Apr. 2014a)] and 3,000 INR [C$55 (XE 28 Apr. 2014b)] per document (The Times of India 17 June 2013). The Times of India also reports on a racket in which civil servants at the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC), in cooperation with outside agents, had been selling forged birth certificates for 2,000 INR [C$37 (XE 28 Apr. 2014a)] to 5,000 INR [C$91 (XE 28 Apr. 2014c)] apiece (The Times of India 23 Sept. 2013). The scam included forged orders by a city metropolitan magistrate, as magistrate orders are required when a birth certificate is issued after the child is more than one year old (ibid.). A KMC health department bailiff was one of the suspects arrested (ibid.). The Hyderabad-based newspaper, Deccan Chronicle, reports that a racket in Kochi, which was under investigation by the police, was charging 5,000 INR [C$91 (XE 28 Apr. 2014c)] for fake driving licenses, voter's ID and ration cards (22 Apr. 2012).


In a telephone interview with the Research Directorate, a representative of the Hong Kong-based Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), who is a specialist on human rights in India, described the ration card as an "almost fool-proof" document (14 Apr. 2014). However, the Herald, the largest English daily newspaper in the state of Goa, reports on the circulation of fake ration cards in Goa (3 Oct. 2013; ibid. 10 Sept. 2013). Similarly, The Hindu national newspaper reports on the use of fake ration cards to obtain other identity documents (2 May 2012). 041b061a72


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