Have a look at different types of white collar crimes. Match the names with their definitions.
|bank fraud||A/ a criminal offense that involves fraudulently manufacturing and distributing an item of lesser value than the genuine product, usually for the purpose of monetary gain.|
|bribery||B/ a criminal act that occurs when a person uses illegal means to receive money or assets from a bank or other financial institution. It is distinguished from bank robbery by the fact that the perpetrator keeps the crime secret, in the hope that no one notices until he has gotten away.|
|counterfeiting||C/ a criminal act that takes place when a person falsifies something with the intent to deceive another person or entity.|
|forgery||D/ a crime in which an individual or entity intentionally underpays, or avoids paying, taxes.|
|tax evasion||E/ a crime of obtaining money or property by using threats of harm against the victim, or against his property or family.|
|extortion||F/ a crime that occurs when a person offers, gives, receives, or accepts something of value in exchange for influence over, or alteration of, another person’s behavior.|
1b, 2f, 3a, 4c, 5d, 6e