Faces of Fraud: Cases and Lessons from a Life Fighting Fraudsters

Faces of Fraud 


By Martin T. Biegelman, CFE, CCEP 





Sharing his 40 years of international fraud-fighting experiences, cases and best practices, author Martin Biegelman, CFE, breaks down the key lessons he has learned in fighting fraud. In Faces of Fraud, Biegelman profiles the key traits fraudsters share, as well as the skills good fraud examiners must possess to thwart fraud before it takes root.

Featuring more than 20 case studies including: 


The Fraudster Mindset

Use Your Imagination in Fighting Fraud

Fraudster Stupidity Is Your Friend

Good Humor Ice Cream Scandal

A Tale of Deceitful Pitches and Vendor Kickbacks


Product Details:
Copyright 2013
ISBN 978-1-118-00274-2
Hardcover, 269 pages
John Wiley & Sons Publishing

Table of Contents:


Chapter 1: The Fraudster Mindset

Chapter 2: A Short History of Fraud in America

Chapter 3: Use Your Imagination

Chapter 4: Make Yourself Lucky

Chapter 5: Patience Is a Virtue

Chapter 6: Fraud Can Be Murder

Chapter 7: Arrogance and Recidivism

Chapter 8: Informants and Whistleblowers: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Chapter 9: A Tale of Deceitful Pitches and Vendor Kickbacks

Chapter 10: Cruise to Nowhere

Chapter 11: Who’s Who of Fraud: A Story of Vanity and Deception

Chapter 12: Kids and Coins: Scoundrels without a Conscience

Chapter 13: More Tips, Best Practices, and Lessons

Chapter 14: Power of Prosecution and Prevention