Annika, a bookkeeper for a small company, created checks to a local vendor and had her boss sign them. She then used correctional fluid to cover up the vendor's name and insert her own. She also changed the amounts of the checks in the same manner. Then she cashed the checks. What kind of scheme did Annika commit?
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