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  • ballots
  • The observers sent by the European Union also stated afterwards that (1) there are serious indications that fraudulent ballots were used, (2) the government "inappropriately intervened with the election process" and (3) the organization of the election was not done independently. (freakonomics.com)
  • Among those, fewer than 20 people were convicted of casting fraudulent ballots, and only 5 were convicted of registration fraud. (nytimes.com)
  • practices
  • The six contractors were "charged with numerous fraudulent practices, including improperly paying claims, destroying or deleting backlogged claims, failing to recoup money owed Medicare and manufacturing documentation to support claims payments that should have been rejected. (californiahealthline.org)
  • Beneath the partisan rhetoric over "fake news" lies an important reality: Fraudulent practices thrive online - not just in news, but also in offerings of goods and services. (lexology.com)
  • votes
  • While many states have voter registration records riddled with names of dead people, out-of-date addresses and other erroneous information, there is little evidence that such errors lead to fraudulent votes, many experts note. (nytimes.com)
  • made
  • Where during the course of a winding-up it appears to the liquidator that fraudulent trading has occurred, the liquidator may apply to the court for an order any persons who were knowingly parties to the carrying on of such business are to be made liable to make such contributions (if any) to the company's assets as the court thinks proper. (wikipedia.org)
  • Usually, even where fraudulent trading is suspected, an application is made with respect to an allegation of "wrongful trading" (or "insolvent trading") where the burden of proof is lower. (wikipedia.org)
  • products
  • Both agencies also advise operators of such Websites to take prompt action to correct and/or remove promotions of these fraudulent products or face enforcement action. (newsinferno.com)
  • These fraudulent products come in all varieties and could include dietary supplements or other food products, or products purporting to be drugs, devices, or vaccines, said the FDA, which noted that the fake products would not prevent the transmission of the virus or offer effective treatments against infections caused by the H1N1 influenza virus. (newsinferno.com)
  • SEBI labelled those schemes as fraudulent and said the market products were illegal as they had not been registered with the regulator. (reuters.com)
  • make
  • Spells and smooth sales patter has allowed fraudulent psychics to make small fortunes off vulnerable people. (thestar.com)
  • The Fraudulent Mediums Act 1951 was a law in England and Wales which prohibited a person from claiming to be a psychic, medium, or other spiritualist while attempting to deceive and to make money from the deception (other than solely for the purpose of entertainment). (wikipedia.org)
  • market
  • MUMBAI, Sept 8 (Reuters) - India's market regulator slapped a penalty of about $379 million on property developer PACL Ltd and four of its directors on Thursday, in a renewed attempt at sanctioning the firm for what it said were its fraudulent fund-raising schemes. (reuters.com)
  • serious
  • Academic misconduct or, in layman's terms, fraudulent research, is very serious offense, but it's one that's often hard to detect (particularly because most academic research, some 1.5 million new articles a year, is rarely read at all ) but now there might be a way to speed up the process of cracking down on the problem. (washingtonmonthly.com)
  • site
  • A Web site that purportedly offers cheap mobile phones is still online more than six weeks after efforts began to close it down for what is believed to be fraudulent activity. (zdnet.com)
  • list
  • Diabetic Care Services responds to the National Retail Federation s updated Buyer Beware list with tips on avoiding fraudulent diabetes supplies. (articlesfactory.com)
  • This list of animals with fraudulent diplomas includes nonhuman animals who have been submitted as applicants to suspected diploma mills. (wikipedia.org)
  • study
  • So when it's later discovered that data in a published study were fraudulent or that human subjects were treated in an unethical manner, editors "retract" the article-removing it from the journal's archives and making it seem as if the article was never published in the first place. (philly.com)
  • content
  • More and more fraudulent criminals can send promotional pop ups in the form of online advertising on the world wide web to attract web traffic to display promotional content. (wikipedia.org)
  • uses
  • The Toronto Star, Ryerson University's School of Journalism and W5 have spent months investigating Toronto's thriving fraudulent fortune-telling industry that uses spells, potions, sleight of hand and smooth sales patter to collect small fortunes from thousands of vulnerable victims. (thestar.com)
  • represent
  • The Australian Christian Lobby was disappointed to see the admission that the fraudulent use of an email purporting to represent its views, had indeed been admitted as coming from a staffer in the office of a Minister in the ACT Government. (acl.org.au)
  • money
  • Done the same way as Google identifies (and deducts) fraudulent AdWords clicks and Palantir catches terrorists and money launderers. (freakonomics.com)