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Unformatted text preview: Case Response 5 Case#51 Case Response 5 Case # 51 Michelle Knight Strayer University Forensic Accounting – ACC C 571 Nauri D. Ahmed March 3, 2011 Case Response 5 Case#51 Tenkey is a book company that owns and operates several bookstores throughout the country. Sandra Hawthorn is the controller for the company and has implemented and maintained a pretty high standard of internal controls for the company. Some of these controls included a very strict segregation of duties. One day an anonymous tipster called saying that the company was the victim of internal theft and was losing allot of inventory due to the illegal activity. Tenkey’s inventory is a very large part of the company’s assets. In attempt to tackle the issue, Sandra decided she would hold a staff meeting because she did not know what route to investigate the potential theft from. Sandra did not receive any feedback from the staff meeting that was very helpful to alleviate the issue. No one was able to suggest or provide any ideas that that was very helpful to alleviate the issue....
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2012 for the course ACC 571 taught by Professor Wills during the Spring '09 term at Strayer.
- Spring '09
- Forensic Accounting