Fraud and corruption have an aggressively corrosive effect on society, affecting the way some of its citizens view fair play and ethical business and political practices. Additionally, fraud and corruption are financially costly. Some estimates of the cost of fraud and corruption in America are as high as 10 percent of the nation’s gross domestic product, an economic inefficiency that causes a severe drag on the American economy and the American people. Yet, due to the very clandestine nature of fraud and corruption, capturing an accurate image of the extent of fraud and corruption is inherently difficult.
Professor Fraud can speak to a number of fraud-related topics, including:
* Identity Theft
* Bank Fraud
* Cyber Crimes
* Employee Theft / Embezzlement
* Credit Card Scams
For speaking inquiries involving large events, continuing education or keynotes, please fill out the form below. Professor Fraud will reply to you in a timely manner.