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International Fraud Awareness Week

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International Fraud Awareness Week is the perfect time to go a step further in your role as an anti-fraud professional and to start discussions amongst peers, coworkers, executives and stakeholders in your community about how important fraud prevention is to society as a whole. You can use any of the free resources provided, or get creative and put your own twist on some of the ideas presented below.

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Ask the Montreal Private Investigator (Part 2)

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One of the more common misconceptions about Montreal private investigators is the access to information. Many believe that Montreal private investigators have access to privileged information.

In part 2 of this multi-part series, “Access to Information” we’ll be exploring the most commonly asked questions we get as Montreal private Investigators and investigators across Canada related to collecting information.

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Ask The Montreal Private Investigator (Part 1)

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When first-time clients contact us our priority is to listen to their issues and concerns then offer solutions to their situation. Often times we come across preconceived notions on how Montreal Private Investigators conduct investigations.

This is part 1 of a multi-part series covering the most commonly asked questions we get as private Investigators in Montreal and across Canada.

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Is it the End For the Monolithic Tax Haven?

Tax havens have been catering to the super wealthy, dictators, terrorist groups, organized crime and legitimate corporations for centuries.
It is perfectly legal to open a company and/or bank account in an offshore tax haven as long as your country of origin is aware of it and you pay your taxes.
Legal issues arise when…

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Think you’re too educated to become a fraud victim?

The lack of correlation between a person’s education and their propensity to fall victim to a fraudster is all too familiar. Fraudsters are entrepreneurs. The types of fraud they perpetrate and the marketplaces in which they find success vary depending on their talents, skills and operating comfort zones.

Also, fraud is a relational crime. Potential victims — prospective marks — will be more susceptible…

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2016 Report on Fraud in Canada

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, a world leader in anti-fraud training, just released their 2016 Report to the Nations on Occupational fraud and Abuse Canadian Edition.

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Charles Ponzi

The term Ponzi Scheme was brought to the forefront in 2009 when Bernie Madoff admitted to committing the largest fraud in U.S. history and sentence to 150 years in prison for stealing $65 billion from thousands of investors. The Ponzi Scheme is named after a con artist who lived in the early 20th century. Although the Ponzi scheme carries his name…

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Is Social Media Putting Your Family At Risk?

Everyday we unintentionally put ourselves and our families in harms way by not understanding how Social Media can be used against us. Recent events where reality star Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint hours after posting pictures of herself wearing millions of dollars worth of jewellery has brought this issue to the forefront.

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How Criminals Disappear

Newspaper headlines and television news media have been inundated with stories of investment advisors who have fleeced their clients out of millions of dollars and vanished into thin air. How do people just vanish?

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