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If you are not in network than no it is not fraud and they can do that. It is only fraud if you use and in network dentist that is CONTRACTED with your insurance company. In the dental and insurance contract your insurance can only be billed for the agreed upon amount in the contract between the dentist and insurance company. Say they want to charge you 257 ...


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This would not be a crime. Most activities that are illegal are not crimes. It might violate the consumer protection laws of some jurisdictions, which are sometimes called deceptive trade practices acts. (Determining which jurisdiction's laws apply is non-trivial in an internet based transaction.) It is not illegal anywhere to have only a limited supply of ...


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You can do these things Who is responsible for the losses (you or your bank) depends on how they happened and when you told the bank about them. For example, for the withdrawals on your cheque account, the bank is responsible if you told them they were fraudulent within 60 days of receiving your statement; if not, then you are responsible.


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To avoid criminal penalties in the U.S. (18 USC 473 and related general provisions of the federal criminal code in Title 18 of the United States Code), the suspected counterfeit status must be disclosed, and the seller must be able to reasonably determine that the buyer does not intend to pass off the bills as true and genuine (otherwise there would be ...


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Is there any way to legally demonstrate that this is a fraud? That is quite difficult and unlikely. The nonsense in the deadline could be the result of sloppy job by whoever drafted the advertisement rather than an intentional blocking of candidates. Proving that there was fraud, conflict of interests, or akin misconduct, would require auditing the ...


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