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Business Fraud Prevention, LLC FRAUD STATISTICS

Small Businesses continue to rank the HIGHEST in occupational fraud frequency and lose an average of $147,000 per fraud occurrence. according to the ACFE 2012 Report to the Nation.  Read More


Machael Felder


Tomball Texas Woman Suspected of Embezzling $109,000 from Doctors office

A 40-year-old Davenport woman is accused of posing as a wealthy widow and trying to pass more than $100,000 in worthless checks to buy everything from new vehicles to a limousine ride, according to a State Attorney's Office investigation..

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Vitalics 1.1.6 Internal Control Desktop Application - Guaranteed to Help Reduce the Risks of Fraud. For small businesses and non profit companies who have limited staff to segregate job duties.

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Fox Business 08/09/13

New Software Fights Small Business Fraud



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Defined as the crime of stealing the funds or property of an employer, company or government or misappropriating money or assets held in trust.

White Collar Crime

White-collar criminals are opportunists, who over time learn they can take advantage of their circumstances to accumulate financial gain. They are educated, intelligent, affluent, confident individuals, who were qualified enough to get a job which allows them the unmonitored access to often large sums of money. Many also use their intelligence to con their victims into believing and trusting in their credentials. Many do not start out as criminals, and in many cases never see themselves as such.

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