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Spotting deception in the mighty and the meek

Discusses the interview and book excerpt from Pamela Meyers in the May/June 2012 Fraud Magazine

2013 Fraud Examiners Manual, US Edition

The Fraud Examiners Manual is a comprehensive guide that fully explains the latest information on fraud examination techniques, methods and procedures.

The Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust

Book excerpt from 'Wizard of Lies' by Diana Henriques

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.

Fraud Casebook: Lessons from the Bad Side of Business

Fraud Casebook provides an insider look at fraud featuring 62 entertaining case studies written by the fraud examiners who investigated them.

Small Business Fraud Prevention Manual

This book examines on the most common fraud schemes committed by customers, employees and vendors, as well as tips on how to prevent these schemes from happening to you.

Report Writing Manual

This book provides explanations detailing the elements that a fraud examination report should include and how to express the results of your investigation.

Detectando y Previniendo de Malversación de Bienes

Resulta claro que el fraude de los empleados se encuentra ampliamente difundido. De todos los tipos de fraude ocupacional, la malversación de bienes es lejos el más común de ellos. Estos esquemas tienen como objetivo los activos de

Internet Fraud Casebook: The World Wide Web of Deceit

This collection of revealing case studies sheds new light into the dark corners of online fraud.

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.