When can I report my CPE PIN codes?
The CPE reporting tool will be available beginning at midnight on the last day of the event. CPE PIN codes can be reported any time after the reporting tool is made available. For combo events (where two ACFE seminars are held back-to-back
during a single event), the CPE reporting tool will be available at midnight on the last day of the full event; thus, attendees will not be able to report CPE PIN codes for the first part of the event until the full event has concluded.
How do I obtain my CPE certificate?
1. Record the CPE PIN code for each session you attend.
2. Following the course, visit
ACFE.com and log in to your ACFE account.
3. Go to the "My Transactions" tab and select the course you attended.
4. Click "View" next to the event you attended.
5. Enter the PIN codes for each session you attended.
6. Verify that all information is accurate and complete.
7. Click the "Save CPE PIN Codes" button.
8. The final screen will give you the option to download your CPE Certificate.
What if I can't remember my username or password?
Your log-in to report CPE and download your certificates is the same information that you use to log in to
ACFE.com, which is the email address associated with your ACFE account and the password you have chosen. To reset your password, please contact a Member Services Representative at (800)
What if I miss a CPE PIN code while at the event?
It is your responsibility to record and report PIN codes to verify your attendance at each session of the event. If you miss recording a CPE PIN code for a session you attended, you may ask your instructor before the event concludes.
Please be prepared to verify that you attended the session in order to receive the PIN code.
What if I entered the wrong/duplicate PIN code?
You may add or remove PIN codes at any time before you click "Save". However, if you realize there is an error after you have clicked "Save", you will need to contact a Member Services Representative at (800) 245-3321 to have your PIN
The Association of Certified
Fraud Examiners, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on
the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: