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Secure Ways to Pay for Art Including "Money Honey"

Patty Carroll, Money Honey, Catherine Couturier Gallery

Money Honey, 2019


The Most Secure Ways to Pay for Art

Samuel McIlhagga

There are multiple instances and possibilities of fraud in the art market, from forgery of work to the use of expensive paintings to hide laundered money. One of the most common and widely reported on problems for dealers and clients is a loss of money from payment diversion fraud. This fraud normally involves hackers gaining entry to email conversations and redirecting funds to their accounts through manipulated invoices.

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New Series and Feature in Rice University Magazine

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Maggie Taylor Workshop at Santa Fe Workshops

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Holiday Mystery Boxes

Posted on Nov 16, 2021

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