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Communications are Essential as a Force Multiplier in Fraud Investigations

TASA ID: 8635

While most news broadcasts lead with headlines of violent crime and terrorist acts; white collar crimes, like scams and frauds present a serious problem. According to the FBI, white collar crime costs the United States over $300 billion a year. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, who published the 2016 “Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse” paint a far graver picture; estimating that the typical organization loses 5% of its revenues each year to fraud. Based on the 2015 Commerce Department estimates; the U.S. gross domestic product of $17.9 trillion, American businesses lost about $895 billion to fraud in 2016.

Category: Record Fraud

Identifying Record Fraud

TASA ID: 383

A considerable portion of the work of auditors, inspectors, investigators and consultants may require the review of records.  Records provide the ability for individuals in those various disciplines to look at the basic functioning of a company.  Through records review, one can also look at historical activities without the necessity of being present or on-site at any particular moment in time.  The concerns with a specific activity are usually after the fact, and records provide the ability to look back.
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