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EFT

Abbreviation for electronic funds transfer.

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The declarant can make two separate wire transfers or one at his/her choice.
officials, BEC scams may involve fraudulent requests for checks rather than wire transfers; they may target sensitive information such as personally identifiable information (PII) or employee tax records instead of, or in addition to, money; and they may not involve an actual "compromise" of an email account or computer network.
There are numerous other wire transfers contained in the case file.During the length of stay for the two trips C Sydykov made to the united states, over $101,000 were deposited to his account.
Over a billion euros come to Macedonia yearly in wire transfers from abroad.
Federal investigators said the person who answered the call was a male who pretended to be Alvi and initially said the wire transfer was for funeral arrangements.
Two years ago, Centrify's vice president of finance received an email from our CFO, Tim Steinkopf, which appeared to be a forwarded request from me, the CEO, asking that a wire transfer for $347,493.41 be sent to a third-party account.
From October 2008 to June 2013, FINRA found that three registered reps in two different Morgan Stanley branch offices -- Paramus, New Jersey and Fort Lauderdale, Florida -- converted a total of $494,400 from thirteen customers by creating fraudulent wire transfer orders and branch checks from the customers' accounts to third-party accounts.
To qualify as a "customer" under the bond, among other things, an individual or entity is required to have a written agreement with the Bank to rely on wire transfer instructions communicated by phone or fax.
"At Kroll, we have seen an increase in the number of cases where an employee completed a wire transfer, erroneously thinking that the request was coming directly from the CEO when in fact the cyber criminal was posing as the CEO in an email exchange.
To date, there is no literature which examines both the wire transfer and the ACH as both a disbursement and collection service.
In 1993, new and improved technology in the form of the FedLine wire transfer system could have led to better internal controls; Dixon, however, saw the new system as an opportunity to refine his embezzling techniques on even larger sums of money.
Usually advisors wish to avoid looking unresponsive or unsympathetic when a wire transfer takes more than a few hours, so they put pressure on the keeper of the assets to act quickly.