Deception Sample Clauses

Deception. This insured section B does not cover any loss suffered through the obtaining of property by the offence of fraud by false representation.
Deception. This Insured section B does not does not cover loss as a result of, deception, trickery, or fraud including false representation or counterfeit/irredeemable payments.
Deception any loss or damage suffered by You as a result of being deceived into knowingly parting with property unless deception is used only to get into the Home.
Deception. This insured section B does not cover loss resulting from deception, fraud or by use of counterfeit or irredeemable form of payment.
Deception. Deception is the first means found within the UN definition of human trafficking. It typically occurs at the beginning of the trafficking experience. The motive of the trafficker is to deceive, coerce and control vulnerable victims so that it becomes easier to exploit them at a later stage. Deception includes the use of words or conduct as to the nature and conditions of the work that the person will engage in,66 or to the extent that the individual is free to leave the environment in which that person is being exploited in.67 The way in which traffickers do this is to entice vulnerable people either online or face to face, with a range of deceptions that traffickers use from the highly skilled, (such as grooming) to the low skilled (the offering of drugs and alcohol). Traffickers often use “advertising, websites, social media and visits to their locale from people posing as successful employees who had earned considerable amounts while employed in the United Kingdom.”68 They target young people who are often marginalised and those from disadvantaged areas. Traffickers can often deceive and take advantage of people looking for a 65 Article 3 UN Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, 2000. 66 Article 5(1)(f) UNODC Model Law.67 P. Chandran, “Human Trafficking Handbook: Recognising Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery in the UK,”(LexisNexis, 2011) at 12.68 J. Laird, “Responding to Victims of Human Trafficking: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” found from M.Malloch & P. Rigby, “Human Trafficking: The Complexities of Exploitation,” (Edinburgh University Press, 2016)at 105. relationship, especially after emotional attachments are formed. This is because the relationship created between the trafficker and the victim is not equal. The trafficker is deceiving the victim simultaneously while the victim’s emotional needs are being met, albeit through grooming, showing it is not reciprocal. The exploitation which occurs after the deception is facilitated through a relationship before the specific harm takes place, “usually over a period of time and within specific relationships and contexts.”69 This is one of the barriers of self-identification because of the emotional bond which has been developed will make it difficult for victims to escape. Additionally, an individual’s poor financial, economic and social circumstances provide opp...
Deception. During the compilation of the whole research, the researcher pledged that he did not, in any way, deceive anyone into anything, directly or indirectly, concerning the research. The respondents and every participant were well informed and educated before and during the conduction of the research. The whole research process was conducted in an ethical manner which involved completing and following the processes prescribed by the university and followed principle of an academic.The respondents were also assured that there would be no direct or indirect risk associated with participating in the study. No physical or psychological harm was expected from the research and also no harm to participants’ job security was caused in the completion of this research. All clearance was strictly from management, hence giving the approval to employees (the participants) to be involved in the research.
Deception. Any loss, damage, legal liability, cost or expense of any kind caused by deception unless the only deception used is to gain entry to your home.
Deception in accordance with Section 58-64-601, regarding deception detection instruments;
Deception. ● 13.01 Any misuse of any University records, forms, or documents through forgery,unauthorized alteration, reproduction, or other means.● 13.02 Any giving or receiving false information to the University or to any University official, administrator, or administrative unit.● 13.03 Providing false information to law enforcement officials.● 13.04 Possession of any fake or altered identification, or any other identification that belongs to another person.● 13.05 Any attempt to perpetrate a fraud against the University or a member of the University community.