Forbes (June 10, 2002)
Ring of Thieves
Neil Weinberg, 06.10.02
MCI introduced Walter Pavlo to a world of armed thugs, duffel bags stuffed with cash and
phony accounting. Now, sitting in a South Carolina prison, he points a finger bac
The Deed Was Fraud
Editors note: FEI Atlanta Chapter member Jim Wanserski has uncovered fraud
multiple times at Sprint, Telecom USA
and MCI and has assisted some of his
consulting clients in ferreting it out.
During his Spri
Is There Still FRAUD?
Based on the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) 2010 Report to
the Nations on Occupational Fraud & Abuse
By Carol Scott, CPA, MBA
Vice President - Business, Industry and Government, AICPA
Not a day goes by it seems that
Skim the following three recent articles/reports on fraud. You do not need to read these
carefully; the intent is simply to provide some background for our class discussion of the
Is There Still Fraud?, by the AICPA (2010)
A new study finds that compliance staffs haven't escaped layoffs, leaving companies
more exposed to risk.
An Environment for Fraud
With jail not yet a distant memory, Walter Pavlo recounts the decisions that
led him to hide MCI's bad-debt expenses and embezzle millions.
By J. MIKE JACKA, CIA, CPCU, CFE, CPA, CLU
Regional Auditing Manager
Farmers Insurance Gro