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Title: Bell telephone magazine Year: 1922 ( 1920s)Writers: American Telephone as well as Telegraph Company American Telephone as well as Telegraph Company. Information Dept Subjects: Telephone Publisher: [New york city, American Telephone as well as Telegraph Co., and so on.] Adding Library: Prelinger Library Digitizing Sponsor: Net Archive View Publication Web page: Book Viewer Concerning This Publication:
Magazine Entry View All Images: All Pictures From Publication Click below to view publication online to see this image in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Showing up Before Picture: 25 Text Appearing After Image: rc 26 property using false or fraud-ulent pretenses, representations,
orpromises, transmits or causes to betransmittedusing cord, radio, or tv interaction in in-terstate or international business, anywritings, indicators, signals, images, orsounds for the objective of executingsuch scheme or con, shall befined not more than,000 or im-prisoned not even more than 5 years, or both. Considering the problem from theBell System factor of sight, toll fraudcan be separated right into 3 separatecategories: 1 )fraudulent usage ofelectronic tools to illegally enterthe telephone network, 2)fraudu-lent usage of telephone charge card,3)fraudulent usage of third-numberbilling. Bell System losses from creditcard and third number cheatsamounted to.5 million in 1971while losses incurred from elec-tronic fraudulence are virtually impossibleto quote with any degree of ac-curacy. A closer take a look at each type oftoll fraudulence may reveal that each mustbe taken care of as a separate problemwith various service Note About Pictures Please note that these photos are removed from checked page images that might have been digitally boosted for readability-pigmentation as well as appearance of these illustrations might
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