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post dateJune 28, 2018  |   post categoriesUncategorized  |   post comments number0 comment Read more  >
6 Tips to Help Reduce Business Credit Card Abuse Common Sense – the Key to Prevention

A former administrative assistant for [employer] was recently sentenced to three years in state prison for charging $243,000 on a company credit card for luxury personal items at upscale retailers including Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Victoria’s Secret. The [defendant] worked mostly from home, arranging employee training, travel, and parking while between 2013 and 2016. She […]

post dateAugust 4, 2017  |   post categoriesEmbezzlement and Internal Fraud  |   post comments number0 comment Read more  >
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Six Tips to Reducing Employee Credit Card Abuse (E3)

If you think business credit card fraud in operations such as yours is not a problem, think again. This form of internal fraud/embezzlement is not only widespread — it’s legendary. Simply Google the words, “business credit card fraud” and don’t be surprised to find results showing “about 16,200,000”. My studies show that any employer’s credit […]

post dateJuly 26, 2017  |   post categoriesembezzlement, Embezzlement and Internal Fraud  |   post comments number0 comment Read more  >
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Embezzlement . . . What Went Wrong? (E2)

Acts of employee embezzlement can and does cripple and destroy entire organizations, whether it be the smallest little league operation or largest multi-billion dollar corporation, medical facility or private practice, school or university, religious or non-profit organization, law enforcement or government agency. All organizations, without exception, are vulnerable to acts of employee embezzlement. Perhaps you […]

post dateAugust 7, 2015  |   post categoriesUncategorized  |   post comments number3 comments Read more  >
Will Tom Brady Follow in Pete Rose’s Footsteps?

Here we are in August, approximately seven months after the Super Bowl, and the “Deflategate” rhetoric just keeps flowing. Tom Brady ignited a firestorm shortly after NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, rejected Brady’s four-game suspension appeal, and publicly stated that “Mr. Brady engaged in conduct detrimental to the integrity of, and public confidence in, the game […]