Fraudulent Conversion

Criminal conversion is a crime, limited to parts of common law systems outside of England and Wales, of exerting unauthorized use or control of someone else's property, at a minimum personal property, but in some jurisdictions also applying to types of real property, such as land (to squatting and/or holding over) and/or to patents, design rights and trademarks. It differs from theft in that it does not include the element of intending to deprive the owner of permanent possession of that property. As such, it is a lesser offense than the crime of theft. Criminal conversion specifies a type of conversion in that it involves criminal law, not civil law.
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  • Learn How To Fight Click And Conversion Fraud

    … want to attract attention by having click volume appear out of the ordinary. Conversion fraudsters want to fly ‘under the radar’ so they can commit their fraudulent conversion activities without being tracked back to a specific website or IP address and excluded. Two places where conversion fraud commonly occurs are in the Bing Search Partner…

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