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Jean Chatzky's Blog: Ask Jean Tuesday: Free Yourself from Fraud

I was honored and humbled when I received an email out of the blue yesterday requesting assistance on a fraud related matter. I have received many requests from all sorts of sources over the years, many from individuals or organizations… Read More »

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Do Credit Card Companies Bring Fraud On Themselves?

I just don’t understand when certain things occur that make no sense to me. Today, for instance, I received a booklet of courtesy checks at my home.  These courtesy checks are linked to a corporate credit card I maintain for… Read More »

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Great Article – Theft of Receipts Schemes Thriving

This article appearing February 21, 2010 illustrates two key points I highlight in my writing and speaking. First – theft of cash receipts schemes continues to be the method of choice, stealing payments intended to employers and diverting them for personal… Read More »

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Thinking about drinking… Consider the Chaser!

There was a marketing campaign in Connecticut aimed towards preventing drinking and driving.  It went along the lines of “Thinking about drinking and driving?  Consider the Chaser.”  The ad ended with images of police and police cars stopping a drunk… Read More »

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No Shortage of Embezzling

Tonight I did a simple Internet search through Google’s News, using the key word “embezzlement.” The results – three screens of articles just from today’s publications on recent embezzlement cases, with a wide range of perpetrators and amounts involved.  The… Read More »

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