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Running head: CASE STUDY THREE1Module 05 Written Assignment – Case Study ThreeJeremy WheelerRasmussen CollegeAuthor NoteThis paper is being submitted on December 11, 2017, for Tiffany Krogman’s A276/ACG2680 Section 02 Financial Investigation course.
CASE STUDY THREE2Module 05 Written Assignment – Case Study ThreeEmployee FraudThe first and most obvious flag is all of the suppliers that are owned by Calvin’s brother-in-law. This gives him opportunity, one of the three legs of the fraud triangle. (Schuchter & Levi, 2016) It is easy to set up overpriced supplies and fraudulent invoices, funneling money through Steve to benefit both Calvin and Steve. Bob needs to check purchase orders for the new suppliers against the old ones, and find the extra charges so that he can show Minos.It is also entirely possible that the other employees are participating in occupational fraud, by taking money and products without permission. The question is whether this started before Calvin was hired, or after. If after, it could be a direct response to Calvin’s activities.

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