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The Impact of Fraud and Scams on the Economic and Social Life of the Victims

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issues its report on the impact of fraud on the economic and social life of the victims. It discusses the phenomenon of fraud, which has spread in the recent period, explaining the definition of fraud and scams, clarifying their forms, and studying the “Mesterayaheen” phenomenon in Egypt in terms of the date of its inception, its causes and its effects, and the economic and social effects on the victims through cases and stories of the victims, clarifying the efforts of the state to address this phenomenon and providing some recommendations to combat it.
The report confirmed that some studies monitored an increase in the rates of fraud and scam crimes, especially in the governorates of Upper Egypt, followed by the governorates of Lower Egypt and then urban areas. These crimes spread among females as victims more than males. The ratios converged between rural and urban areas, which indicates the seriousness of the phenomenon and the need to confront it and raise awareness its economic and social repercussions within Egyptian society.
The report attributed the reasons for the spread of the phenomenon to:

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