FRAUD EXAMINATION

A well executed investigation requires good investigators.

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Crystal Wambeke, CFE

As a Fraud Examiner, and Certified Bookkeeper, I know how challenging it can be to fully understand what is going on in your books. That is where I come in.

      

I am a Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Bookkeeper, and I also run a successful bookkeeping business. I fully understand the challenges you face, and can help you ensure things are running smooth. 

      

I can help you set up and integrate your internal controls, train your staff on best practices, review your books to make sure your financials are recorded correctly and help figure out what happened if things take a turn toward fraud.

Fraud Happens To Good Companies

No matter how trustworthy your staff, how long they've been with you, or how loyal they've been, sometimes good people make bad choices.

    

These choices unfortunately have real, long lasting, legal consequences.

     

Internal theft can bankrupt a company, and is the leading cause of companies closing their doors.

    

Internal controls are one part to preventing this from happening to you. Prosecuting those who betray your trust is another.

     

This can be a time consuming, confusing, challenging time for any company, and you need someone you can trust to dig through the finances, work with authorities, and help bring resolution quickly and confidentially.

    

We can help.

What is Fraud Examination?

Fraud is a white collar crime that affects millions of people per year. It can cripple businesses and bankrupt individuals.

     

Fraud examination is the process of determining if fraud has occurred, and then gathering evidence.

     

Fraud can be limited by good internal controls and frequent fraud audits.

     

We can help you with all of the above. 

   

Whether you want to prevent fraud, discover if fraud is happening, or need help to stop fraud that is currently occurring, we can help.

What Happens Next?

If you've discovered if fraud is happening, let's talk.

First and foremost, we'll get on the phone and you can tell me what is happening and what you've discovered. From there, we'll develop a plan and put it into immediate action.

Your first instinct might be to terminate the person and move on, but there are many other options available, including prosecution or civil litigation, and I'll help you decide the best course of action for you.

This could possibly be one of the worst moments of your professional life, and I understand. We'll figure it out together, and get you through this as swiftly as possible.

Do you want to report fraud/theft anonymously?

Click here or visit our Fraud Tip Line page