McGrew Case Study, All-American Girl

McGrew Case Study, All-American Girl - McGrew |1 Trish...

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M c G r e w | 1 Trish McGrew BSFR341-E2WW Fraud Examination Beth Hewitt, Instructor September 9, 2009 The All- American Girl Katie Jordan was the last person anyone would even think about committing fraud. Her bubbly personality and innocence had every won over. Katie was just out of college and had begun a new job. She was very excited and wanted to prove that she could do a good job. Over the course of time, Katie had won over Gil Fleming’s trust and he had offered her a new job. The new job consisted of moving to Houston, out from under Fleming’s wing, and managing the new apartment complex. Things went on as normal until Katie’s fiancée suffered an accident, which left them with out- of-pocket medical bills, considering David did not have any medical insurance. The out-of- pocket medical bills put a strain on Katie and David’s financial matters. That is until opportunity presented itself, according to Katie. Manuel, the maintenance man of the apartment complex, had quit his job and Katie had seen this as her opportunity to make a little extra money. When Manuel quit his job, Katie never reported it to the main office as she was suppose to, instead she kept Manuel on the books. By keeping Manuel on the books, it meant Katie would receive Manuel’s paycheck and keep it for herself. Later Katie had to hire a replacement for
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2011 for the course ACCT. 341 taught by Professor Prof.hewitt during the Spring '10 term at Franklin.

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