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1. The saying “if it bleeds, it leads” refers to:
a. Ink on evidentiary documents that is affected by some type of aqueous solution.
b. Many types of violent versus nonviolent crimes.
c. The initial part of an investigation that drains investigation funds.
d. None of the above.

2. Which of the following is most likely not to be included in coverage of many insurance policies that protect businesses?
a. Losses of valuable papers and records.
b. Costs of preparing proof of loss.
c. Legal fees paid to prosecute a fraudster.
d. All of the above are equally likely to be included.

3. As a rule, insurance policies that cover losses related to misappropriation require:
a. At least an arrest of someone for the fraud.
b. A criminal conviction of someone for the fraud.
c. A civil action against someone for the fraud.
d. None of the above.

4. How does the scope of a fraud investigation relate to the usefulness of the resulting fraud report?
a. The usefulness and the scope are related concepts.
b. With no report, there can be no scope.
c. The scope is determined by the report’s content.
d. The report’s content determines the scope.

5. Which of the following is not a section in a typical fraud investigation report?
a. An analysis of the relevant state or federal statutes and their applicability to the fraud investigation.
b. An analysis of the relevant state or federal statutes and regulations as well as their applicability to the fraud investigation.
c. An analysis of the relevant regulations and their applicability to the fraud investigation.
d. None of the above.



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