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Fraudster capitalizes on missing internal controls?

Convicted fraudster Andrea Baxendale noticed that internal controls had become lax at her job as a cost accountant, so she abused her company's trust and started to steal money for herself. View the video.

From the President

Dive into the dark web

By Bruce Dorris, J.D., CFE, CPA
Taking Back the ID

Playing dodgeball with yet more scams

By Robert E. Holtfreter, Ph.D., CFE
Career Connection

Demystifying networking

By Bethmara Kessler, CFE
Fraud Basics

Character traits of the effective fraud examiner

By Joshua Wiesenfeld, CFE, CPA
Global Fraud Footprint

Global review and update

By Mason Wilder, CFE
Rx for Fraud

Medical businesses' unique conditions

By Belinda M. Kitos, CFE

Con artists hack your brain
Ingniting anti-fraud research
Using future anti-fraud tech tools wisely
Video

Fraudster capitalizes on missing internal controls?

Convicted fraudster Andrea Baxendale noticed that internal controls had become lax at her job as a cost accountant, so she abused her company's trust and started to steal money for herself. View the video.

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I personally investigated a major financial reporting fraud involving a CEO, his CFO and the business controller in an affiliate packaging company of a multinational diversified group I worked for in 2006. The three senior executives were aware that the company was losing money on items they were manufacturing, but they hid the losses and simulated profits. — Bernardin Assiene, CFE
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