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There are many definitions of "white-collar" crime. (Edelhertz, 1970) White-collar crime - "An illegal act or series of illegal acts committed by nonphysical means and from concealment or guile, to acquire property or money, to prevent the payment or reduction of money or property, or to acquire business or private advantage." (Edelhertz, 1970) White-collar offense are offenses can be committed by: "persons working on an individual basis for personal gain at a non-business scenario (private crimes); crimes in the course of their jobs by those operating inside companies, Government, or other establishments, or in a professional capacity, in breach of the duty of loyalty and fidelity to employer or customer (abuses of confidence); crimes incidental to and in furtherance of business operations, but not the central purpose of these small business operations (business crimes); and subversive offense for a business, or as the fundamental activity of the business (con matches)." (Edelhertz, 1970) In relation to the criminal acts of white-collar crime, the assortment of possible acts is extensive. (Edelhertz, 1970) The perpetrators responsible are very diverse with regard to character, status, and motivation. (Edelhertz, 1970) Common elements to all white-collar crime: intent to commit a wrongful act or to reach a purpose contradictory with law or public policy; disguise of motive or intent; addiction on perpetrator on the lack of knowledge or negligence of victim; compliance with sufferer in what he/she considers to be the true character and substance of this deal; along with concealment of crime by preventing the victim from recognizing that he/she was wronged. (Edelhertz, 1970) In other crime forms once the goal is created it is followed by the execution of the act. T.. .