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What Is Fraud?

What Is Fraud? In the broadest sense, fraud can encompass any crime for gain that uses deception as its principal modus operandus. More specifically, fraud is defined by Black’s Law Dictionary as  A knowing misrepresentation of the truth or concealment.


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Fraud Resource Library
The ACFE Resource Library is your source for timely and relevant anti-fraud information, tools, services and other resources.
Fraud Prevention Check-Up
Are you vulnerable to fraud? Do you have adequate controls in place to prevent it? Test your company's fraud health with this free training resource featuring a checklist and video.
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Current, relevant information is critical to your success as a fraud examiner.
 
Chicago, IL - CFE Exam Review Course - 08/2014

Master the concepts tested on the CFE Exam at the CFE Exam Review Course in Chicago, IL, August 18-21, 2014.

Los Angeles, CA - Health Care Fraud - 09/2014

Get the targeted training you need to keep up with the latest health care fraud schemes and related laws affecting this highly complex profession in Los Angeles, CA, September 8-9, 2014.

Austin, TX - Principles of Fraud Examination - 12/2014

Build a solid foundation in fraud prevention, detection and deterrence with Principles of Fraud Examination in Austin, TX, December 15-18, 2014.

Boston, MA - Detecting Fraud Through Vendor Audits - 10/2014

The ACFE Detecting Fraud Through Vendor Audits seminar is a one-day course designed to explain how to develop a solid foundation for vendor audits taking place on October 1, 2014 in Boston, MA.

Combo: Building Your Fraud Examination Practice + Controlling the Risk of Asset Misappropriation

Register for both courses together to earn additional CPE credits and save $100! Register now .     Building Your Fraud Examination Practice | November 3, 2014 Tampa, FL   This one-day, instructor-led course will teach you the types of fraud examination services in demand and provide practical advice on how to market your services to those who need them most. Find your niche in the anti-fraud profession.    Course Details        Controlling the Risk of Asset Misappropriation | November 4-5, 2014   Tampa, FL This training course will help you assess your organization’s risk of asset misappropriation and will provide best practices for deterring and identifying the costly theft or misuse of company resources.     Course Details      Hotel & Venue Information    DoubleTree Tampa Airport – Westshore 4500 West Cypress St Tampa, FL 33607 Hotel Phone: +1 (813) 879-4800 Room Rate: $119 single Hotel Cut-Off Date: October 5, 2014             Registration & Fees - Combo Event *   ACFE Members: $890 Non-Members: $1,140 Register  by October 3, 2014 to save an additional $95!*     To register for these courses separately, please visit the individual event pages for Building Your Fraud Examination Practice  or Controlling the Risk of Asset Misappropriation .   *Payment must be received by October 3, 2014 to receive early registration discount. By registering for this event, I grant the ACFE or anyone authorized by the ACFE, the right to use or publish in print or electronic format, any photographs or video containing my image or likeness for any promotional purpose, without compensation.

A Happy Ending to a Potential Credit Card Fraud

A real life story of a fraudulent credit card application and aftermath that followed

Other People's Money (Workbook)

This course will train you to take control and prevent employees and others from committing occupational fraud.

Identity Crisis Survival

Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing white-collar crimes. Fraud examiners and investigators need to know the scams and the ways they can be detected.

Combo Event: Investigating Conflicts of Interest + Contract and Procurement Fraud

Register for both courses together to earn additional CPE credits and save $100  Register now.     Investigating Conflicts of Interest | August 18, 2014  Baltimore, MD  Gain an understanding of how and why conflicts arise and how to spot the

Other People's Money: The Basics of Asset Misappropriation

This course will train you to take control and prevent employees and others from committing occupational fraud.