Our fraud experts help organizations respond to potential fraud cases. Once fraud is suspected in your organization, you should speak to an attorney and a Certified Fraud Examiner right away. The longer you wait, the more damages may occur. Damages include more than just financial losses. Your company's reputation and employee morale may suffer as well.
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Schedule a consultation with a Certified Fraud Examiner.
On-site fraud investigation begins.
Fraud investigation report delivered.
Among other services, a Certified Fraud Examiner may:
perform fraud investigations to determine the likelihood of fraud
examine financial records
calculate financial damages
work with law enforcement and/or attorneys
help mediate and settle the case privately
testify as an expert witness if the case goes to trial
recommend corrective action plans
offer fraud risk management services to lower future fraud risk
*Every fraud case is unique and the time required to complete each project varies. Our minimum retainer for fraud investigations is $7,500 and is payable up-front before any work begins on the case.