Our highly experienced team of forensic accountants are ready to help you recover assets and determining the root cause of the problem.
Dopkins offers fraud investigations and litigation support services to company owners, investors, attorneys and commercial lenders.
Employee Fraud Schemes
Occupational fraud and abuse occurs under many different schemes. Fraud can range from the theft of minor office supplies to detailed money laundering involving numerous people. Due to the clandestine nature of fraud, not all illegal acts are detected and much of the fraud that is detected is not reported or prosecuted. The majority of fraud investigations evolve from allegations that have come to the attention of management, fellow employees or outside consultants.
- Can your organization afford a 6-figure loss? Read about our Fraud Risk Management Services.
Understand the Threats. Protect Your Assets.
CAN YOUR ORGANIZATION AFFORD A 6-FIGURE LOSS?
In its 2016 report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) estimated:
- The median loss caused by occupational fraud to be $150,000.
- Nearly one-quarter of frauds amounted to at least $1,000,000.
- The fraud lasted a median of 18 months before being detected.
>>Guidance from the ACFE suggests that organizations with a fraud risk management program experience lower fraud losses than from organizations without a program.<<
To learn more about Dopkins Fraud Risk Management Services, please download our brochure.
For more information, please contact Bart McGloin CPA, CFE, CFF at email@example.com.
Fraud investigators develop theories of how the fraud was committed and rely on experience to identify the scheme or schemes used by the perpetrator. Our investigation will be conducted in accordance with lawful fraud investigation techniques which include, but are not limited to: investigation of books and records, voluntary interviews of appropriate personnel; and other such evidence gathering procedures as necessary under the circumstances.
The fraud investigations are conducted in accordance with standards established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and other professional organizations.