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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.


Seminars
These seminars offer knowledge you can use immediately, while also laying a foundation for future professional development.
Live Events
The ACFE strives to provide the highest quality training events for anti-fraud professionals at all levels of experience. Get the support and education you need to effectively fight fraud by attending ACFE anti-fraud seminars and conferences held in cities around the world.
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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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Find the money — now

Outlining articles in the November/December 2012 issue of Fraud Magazine, including asset recovery

Hot tub highwaymen

Excerpt from "Bribery and Corruption Casebook: The View from Under the Table" about an elaborate web of bid-rigging and kickback schemes in a district of the Ohio Department of Transportation, spanning more than a decade, that cost the state at least $11 million.

Insidious: How Trusted Employees Steal Millions and Why It's So Hard for Banks to Stop Them

In this book, you’ll hear from fraud examiners on the front lines of fraud prevention and a former bank vice president — now in federal prison — will tell you why she stole from her bank.

Called to Account: Fourteen Financial Frauds that Shaped the American Accounting Profession

Called to Account describes 14 financial frauds that influenced the accounting profession and led to the development of accounting standards and legislation.

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.

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.

How to Detect and Prevent Financial Statement Fraud

The course takes an in-depth look at financial statement fraud highlighting common financial statement fraud schemes and how to detect and prevent them.

No One Would Listen: A True Financial Thriller

No One Would Listen is the exclusive inside story of the Harry Markopolos-led investigation into Bernie Madoff and his $65 billion Ponzi scheme.

Other People's Money (Workbook)

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

Fraud 101: Techniques and Strategies for Understanding Fraud

In this invaluable guide, you will discover and better understand the inner workings of numerous financial schemes and internal controls for fraud prevention.