1. If properly developed and presented, circumstantial evidence can provide proof certain of fraudulent intent.
a. True
b. False

2. White- collar crime is a subcategory of theft, but is not considered to be a subcategory of fraud.
a. True
b. False

3. There is one specific, comprehensive definition of white- collar crime used by all forensic accountants.
a. True
b. False

4 The Commerce Clause of the U. S. Constitution gives the federal government the authority to police white-collar crime.
a. True
b. False
5. Each of the following is a type of white- collar crime identified by the FBI except:
a. Insurance fraud
b. Health care fraud
c. Securities fraud
d. Social Security fraud
e. All of the above are types of white-collar crime identified by the FBI

6. Each of the following is an attribute of white- collar crime except:
a. Concealment
b. Intent
c. Adroitness
d. Deceit
e. All of the above are attributes of white-collar crime

7. According to Donald Cressey, fraud results from the convergence of what three factors?
a. Opportunity, preparation, rationalization
b. Rationalization, pressure, opportunity
c. Pressure, preparation, rationalization
d. Opportunity, preparation, pressure

8. A non-shareable problem that precedes a criminal violation of financial trust is:
a. Pressure
b. Secrecy
c. Concealment
d. Confidentiality

9. An individual who is in a position to manipulate or circumvent controls has:
a. Power
b. Relevance
c. Opportunity
d. Recourse

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