Web Browser

A web browser is a software program that allows a user to locate, access, and display web pages. Browsers are used primarily for displaying and accessing websites on the internet, as well as other content created using languages such as Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Extensible Markup Language (XML).


WHOIS (pronounced "who is") is an Internet service used to look up information about a domain name. Whenever an individual or organization registers a new domain name, the registrar is required to make the registration information publicly available.

Wire Fraud

Wire fraud can be defined as an online fraud based on promises. In this fraud a person conducts a plan or scheme to attain a sum of money by blackmailing the other person, or by otherwise convincing them to send the fraudster money. The main communication methods used for this purpose are phone call, fax, email, text , or any social media source used to contact any other person.

Work-from-home scam

A work-from-home scheme describes when a fraudster makes an offer to a victim to work from home for a very good amount of money. The fraud truly takes place when the fraudster attempts to illicit money from the victim, generally to pay something like an up-front fee to get the job in the first place.

Workers' Compensation Fraud

Workers’ Compensation fraud occurs when someone willfully makes a false statement or conceals information in order to receive workers' compensation benefits or prevents someone from receiving benefits to which they might be entitled.


Workflow is the definition, execution and automation of business processes, where tasks, information and documents are passed from one person to another for actions according to a set of procedural rules. It involves work by one or more people, and transforms materials, information or services. Fruad.net’s workflow queue manager sends suspicious transactions to review agents to deliver appropriate transaction resolutions.

Write-Off Schemes

A write-off is an accounting action that reduces the value of an asset while simultaneously debiting a liabilities account without having proper approval. It is primarily used in its most literal sense by businesses seeking to account for unpaid loan obligations, unpaid receivables, or losses on stored inventory. Generally it can also be referred to broadly as something that helps to lower an annual tax bill.