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"White collar crime" is the polite name for non-violent financial crime.

So stealing by hacking into a computer is a white collar crime, stealing by hacking into the safe at a bank is not.

WhiteCollarCrimeCaseStudies.Com is a collection of cases relating to fraud, money laundering ( AML ), the financing of terrorism ( CFT ) and many other white collar crimes.

The case studies have been developed for use alongside the Quick To Learn More e-learning system (www.quicktolearnmore.com) from The Anti Money Laundering Network (www.antimoneylaundering.net).

Mortgage financier jailed for Ponzi scheme

59 year old David Lee Hardin of Coto de Caza, California was the CEO and majority shareholder of a group of financial services companies specialising in home loans and various debt services. But he went off-piste, took investments in a dumb deal and stole the money. In July 2013, he was jailed for three years, five months.

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