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Fraud Activity

 

What is Fraud?

 

Fraud is usually activities undertaken by an individual or company that are done in a dishonest or illegal manner. They are designed to give an advantage to an individual or organisation. Corporate Fraud schemes go beyond the scope of an employee's stated position, and are marked by their complexity and economic impact on the business, other employees and outside parties. A well tarined loss Assesor can look to highlight issues or potential issues and reveal fraud that has already been committed. Fraud damages individuals personally with the financial impact having far reaching consequences.  

There are numerous anti fraud Loss Assesment service's available to the public, insurance industry, corporations and lawyers.  

What Are the Benefits?

A well trained Loss Assesor can be used to highlight issues or potential issues in an organization and can be used to tighten the holes in policies. They can also be used as evidence in court of fraud that has taken place in the past and can be used in litigation.

With personal victims being targeted on multiple occasions, it's imperative to protect your personal assets and secure your identity from thieves. Allow www.detectiveservices.com.au to identify risks and set a course of action to secure your precious identity. 

What Are the Options?

Corporate:

Use a Loss Assesor to establish fraud in the workplace, Determining potential risk areas. Advice on secure procedures.

Domestic:

Establish fraud at home, social and online. Undertake an Action plan to help secure your identity.

Looking for something else?

Contact Detective Services in the first instance to discuss your current issues that you beleive may be Fraud or identity related.

Get in touch with Detective Services

Click Here to contact www.detectiveservices.com.au

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