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The psychology of fraud: how smart victims are tricked

Fraud Intelligence

The psychology of fraud: how smart victims are tricked

Frauds perpetrated against individuals require the active cooperation of the victim. But why do people comply with transactions that are not in their best interests? Stephen E G Lea discusses the relevant psychological principles and possible ways to mitigate scam risks.

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