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  • 10 pointers for fighting fraud

    Dr. Joseph T. Wells, CFE, CPA, founder and Chairman of the ACFE, offered suggestions for fraud examiners during the 25th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, his last.

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    Fraud prognostications: Predictive analytics can help determine future anti-fraud plans

    These three predictive analytical models can help you pinpoint fraud risk areas so you can make wise detection and deterrence decisions with available resources.

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    Identity theft complaints drop more than 21 percent in 2013, part 2 of 2

    Despite declining complaints reported to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, identity theft remains a major threat to citizens.

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    Just getting started at 25

    How do nearly 3,000 anti-fraud professionals recharge their batteries? By attending the largest-ever global fraud conference.

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    Prepare and perform: CFEs' roles in fraud trials

    Fraud Magazine spoke with two veteran trial participants about the skills you need and roles you can play to support a litigation team.


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    Accessing information electronically creates savings, but that can also come at a significant cost elsewhere.
    Investigating residency fraud   Investigating residency fraud
    Residency fraud has become a major problem in the District of Columbia, costing taxpayers more than $5 million a year.
    At play in the fields of fraud, part 2   At play in the fields of fraud, part 2
    Fraudulent filings of real estate documents are always a means to an end: the facilitation of a greater fraud with a monetary payoff.
    At play in the fields of fraud, part 1   At play in the fields of fraud, part 1
    Follow two detailed real estate fraud schemes that while very different, found commonality in their crime.
 
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