In Australia`s 2015 MyMaster scandal, hundreds of students enrolled at more than a dozen universities paid a total of at least $DE 160,000 (US$108,000) to a “service” that provided written essays and answers to online tests. In 2018, YouTube stars received money on more than 250 channels to promote a fraudulent service called EduBirdie. Similar companies have been discovered in the United States and elsewhere. Scientists shouldn`t be bothered about them: they`re not immune. A follow-up study proposed new laws based on the principle of no-fault liability to reduce the requirement for prosecutors, to demonstrate that fraudsters attempted to help students defraud, and to make contract fraudsters liable only for the provision of services that could reasonably be interpreted as being used for contract fraud. The business aspects of contract fraud were discussed in a paper presented at the 2013 Conference on Innovation and Technology in COMPUTER Training. This paper analyzed the monetary value of contract fraud for the different parties that play a role in the contract fraud process. The main analysis was based on a corpus of 14,438 identified fraud attempts, collected between March 2005 and July 2012.   Newton, P. N. (2018). What is the frequency and frequency of commercial contract fraud in higher education? A systematic overview. Before.
Éduc. 3:67 doi: 10.3389/feduc.2018.00067 The good news is that an infidelity clause can sometimes be effective simply because a deceitful husband does not want evidence of his affair to be broadcast in a public courtroom and therefore does not challenge the Prenup. “In my experience, most people aren`t ready to raise that defense,” says Los Angeles attorney Kelly Chang Rickert. “For example, if you have a clause in your prenup that says fraudsters have to pay a certain amount, the scammer probably won`t dispute it.