Question

1. A legal auditory observation includes which of the following? a. Secretly recording
a conversation in a meeting room
b. Listening to a conversation in a restaurant
c. Recording a telephone conversation without informing the person with whom you are talking
d. All of the above are legal auditory observations

2. Public records can be used by a forensic accountant to support or refine a fraud hypothesis.
a. True
b. False

3. Each of the following is an advantage of searching public records except:
a. The search can be done in secret
b. It is a legal source of information
c. Results cannot be replicated by others
d. Gaining access is fast and inexpensive

4. Social networking web sites are resources a forensic accountant might use to obtain information about an individual’s family and other personal matters.
a. True
b. False

5. A pretext is the use of deception to obtain information about someone from another party who might not otherwise disclose such information.
a. True
b. False

6. The Fair Credit Reporting Act requires that consent be acquired prior to obtaining an individual’s credit information.
a. True
b. False

7. The covert taping of interviews is considered the most effective means of obtaining honest answers from an interviewee.
a. True
b. False



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