It is always interesting to understanding the brains working for the creation of wealth through fraudulent means. Banks and other financial institutions are more prone to attacks by this virus in spite of the presence of foolproof systems. But system do not execute themselves. It is therefore equally important to learn how and why things go wrong.
Many individuals fall prey to the temptation of easy money. And to make matters worse they feel they can outsmart others and cover their misdeeds.
This book is compilation of short-stories on how a particular fraud or forgery was planned, attempted and was successful. All the individuals involved were, however, later caught and punished according to the crime committed. This aspect, however, has been deliberately left hanging, so that the actual happening does not get diluted. The emphasis is thus on the modus operandi only and the actual situation as happened has been laid out bare for the reader to look at.
M.P. Singh is a banker, author, editor and translator. He worked in a nationalized bank for twenty-five years and took early retirement from a senior executive position. Presently he an examiner for the Indian Institute of Banking and Finance. Intellect on Hold, his first book on inspirational real life stories was highly acclaimed all over . He has recently translated a voluminous story book, from Hindi to English, on the roles of a preceptor and his disciple. Apart from writing, he is an avid traveler and firm believer in the science of yoga and meditation
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