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Insurance agent fraud

Overview of frauds perpetrated by insurance agents and how to avoid them

Back to school

Learn how universities, and other nonprofit organizations, can overcome entrenched ideologies to prevent and deter fraud and reputational damage.

Joan Drabczyk, CFE

profile of Joan Drabczyk, CFE

Using Social Networking Site Information in the Courtroom

Fraud examiners should work to discover evidence in information posted on social networking sites (SNS). SNSs are full of information that can be used in legal proceedings — either as direct evidence or as a means to contradict testimonies.

Making the jump

Column offering career advice when moving from public, government jobs to private industry.

Fraud and abuse in school cafeterias

Outline of common frauds in school cafeterias and those who manage them.

Fraud Prevention CD-ROM

This CD-ROM, available to both ACFE members and non-members, contains a number of resources that will be of value in your company's ongoing fight against fraud. ACFE's Fraud Prevention Check-Up, a simple yet powerful test of your company's fraud prevention processes, and the one-hour How Fraud Hurts You and Your Organization, are just two of the tools included in this useful resource.

Cashing Out

By using income determination methods, such as the cash available technique, fraud examiners can build a case of circumstantial evidence that often leads to a successful prosecution.

Note to Self: 'Use Check Lists!'

Background investigation check lists can ensure that you’ll complete the appropriate searches and quickly collect the right data the first time.

Preying on Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt

A look at what cyber fraud issues may arise in an economic downturn by employees who have been layed off or those that remain with fewer internal controls