fraud examination chap 5 and 6

fraud examination chap 5 and 6 - Michel Hiza Fraud...

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Michel Hiza Fraud examination. Chapter 5 Questions 1. They help to detect fraud because for example if your number has to match at the end, they won’t match, or if you see some excess on the sales or on the purchases. 6. This kind of symptoms make drastic changes on the person, like they will start sweating, and it will b easier to tell this kind of changes if you know or have met the person before, because they will act a way they haven’t acted before. Cases 4. I do agree but at the same time not, because I think they can also be evidence, because they can help you to get to the perpetrator. 10. I mean if the store has been doing really good, you don’t have proves of fraud, I’m not saying there is not fraud, it could be something wrong, or those just could b normal mistakes like all the companies have, you will have to talk about the other customers, the complain is coming just from one customer so it shouldn’t be a big deal. Chapter 6
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2011 for the course MGMT 129 taught by Professor Hola during the Spring '11 term at Mountain State.

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