Doncouse_Jeremy_Week2

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Running head: CASE 3-1 1 Week 2 Case Study 3-1 Jeremy Doncouse Mountain State University
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Running head: CASE 3-1 2 Extensive Case 3-1. 1. Evaluate this case using the three elements of the fraud triangle to identify the following: a. Potential pressures for Chris to commit fraud. Chris was an introvert, was extremely intelligent, and was riding high on his boss’s and his coworker’s praise. Because he fell a few notches due to the FBI and his piracy behavior he could have felt some resentment and pressure to prove his superiority. Chris is also a student and might be feeling the burden of college expenses. b. Potential opportunities for Chris to commit fraud. Chris has been given a lot of access to computers and a dummy credit card which could be used for his own purposes. He also is very intelligent and could probably figure out a way to go undetected for a while. Plus, as a trusted member of the team, his boss and coworkers think very highly of him so he could go unsuspected for a while.
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course ACCT 345 taught by Professor N/a during the Summer '10 term at Mountain State.

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