John Dewey is the husband of Mary Dewey. He is also the CEO of a large public relations firm. Mary recently filed for divorce, alleging mental brutality, and is asking for half of John's and the couple's assets. In the six months prior to being served for divorce, John had taken business trips to the Cayman Islands, Switzerland, Hong Kong, and Barbados. These were the first business-related trips he had ever made to these locations. When John's and the couple's assets were identified during the divorce proceedings, Mary was surprised to learn that John's and his company's net worth totaled only $50,000 and that her half would only be $25,000. She was very disappointed because, up until the divorce, John had been giving her $200,000 per year to spend. What kind of fraud is most likely occurring in this case?