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Frank Abagnale visits IUP with speech about white-collar crime and how to prevent it

March 11, 2013

Frank Abagnale

INDIANA — Frank Abagnale, considered one of the nation's leading authorities on forgery, embezzlement and secured documents, acted as keynote presenter at Indiana University of Pennsylvania during its financial crimes seminar on Wednesday.

Abagnale is perhaps most famous for the book detailing his life — "Catch Me If You Can" — and perhaps more so for the movie it was adapted into, directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks.

For Abagnale's tips on how to prevent identity theft and protect your money, pick up Tuesday's print edition of The Spirit.

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