Together, Reducing Fraud Worldwide


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Setting the Stage to Fight Fraud

Scenario planning is a device used to strategically analyze risk. This actual case study from a certain Department of Motor Vehicles uses an example of specific risk scenarios to fight fraud.

Unhealthy Procedures

As more health records are computerized and made available to medical providers on the Web, more data breaches and medical record compromises will occur.

Bribery and Corruption Casebook: The View from Under the Table

Bribery and Corruption Casebook is a revealing collection of fraud cases, written by ACFE Members, that lays bare the shady nature of the schemes they invesitgated.

Something's Fishy at Jones Company

A fictional case designed for classrooms or seminars to illustrate important aspects of the fraud examination process.

10 popular health care provider fraud schemes

Learn some of the basic health care provider schemes and how to deter them from taking some easy money.

'It worked great for me ...'

In this issue’s column, four former students in Joyce Zadzilka’s Principles of Fraud Examination course at Syracuse University discuss the problem of false testimonials and the impact they have on consumer fraud.

Small business fraud and the trusted employee

Article on viable prevention options for small business fraud.

Bid rigging and kickbacks under the bridge

Here's the case history of an engineer at a municipal transit district who went into the kickback business until the FBI caught up with him. Excerpt from "Bribery and Corruption Casebook: The View from Under the Table"

The paralegal CFE

First-person account of how a paralegal's CFE helped her help others.

Using analytical tests to zero in on possible fraud

The author's team used analytical tests — including the Beneish M-Score Model — to construct a road map for investigation into a fraud.