Sobering tales of bad business behavior and fraud are easy to find. Simply unfold the finance pages of your daily newspaper or enter "corporate scandal" on an Internet search engine. The stories will file across the page like crime suspects in a police line-up.

Indeed, high-profile allegations of business fraud have transformed corporate brands such as "Enron" into synonyms for avarice. Meanwhile, local papers tell of senior citizens scammed of their life savings by fraudulent men and women they once trusted.

Sometimes the con artist and victim are members of the same congregation of various religious faiths. Since Latter-day Saints are not exempt, some will find they are in the same ward or stake -- fellow members and friends.

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