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The kickback mine

Case study involving multiple frauds that outlines the wisdom of early interviews, the problems of "investigative myopia" and the advantages of limiting the scope of a fraud examination to save time and discover evidence.

Beyond storytelling

Summary of features from the September/October 2012 Fraud Magazine.


This is an excerpt from the Association’s Fraud Examiners Manual, Third Edition. This article covers the discussion on Interview Theory and Application, pages 3.201 to 3.273

Visual sizzle

Do's and Don'ts on how educators can give their students an assignment to create videos for learning more about fraud examination

Rushing an insurance claim

Case study adapted from the “Insurance Fraud Casebook: Paying a Premium for Crime,” about a gold seller

Informants & whistleblowers

Important rules when using and managing informants, whistleblowers and cooperating defendants to avoid sabotaging your cases.

Caught by the numbers

Learn how you can use powerful data analytics tools to narrow your list of suspects for fraud examinations.

Don’t let your tongue trip you up

How to avoid pitfalls when describing hypothetical examples as an expert witness

Investigator and Fraud Fighter Guidebook

In this book, author Charles E. Piper, CFE, provides insight and guidance on how to conduct thorough and complete investigations while juggling a caseload.

Find Deviant Behaviors, Find Fraud?

Sophisticated fraudsters may be able to conceal their frauds, but they may not hide their workplace deviant behaviors. Identifying or recognizing a correlation between the two could significantly uncover fraud.