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Embezzlement Explanation (or rationalization) of the Day…

$10.4 million embezzlement, $10,400,000, stolen over a little more than three short years, to support a “significant gambling problem?” First, how much investments could a firm manage or maintain to not miss $10.4 million dollars?  I am left wondering how… Read More »

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And incidents of theft and embezzlement continue, and continue…

Day after day I receive Google notifications containing news articles relating to embezzlement.  On any given day, somewhere between twelve and twenty different notifications are delivered to my in-box, some with only one news article or post, while others contain… Read More »

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Theft In The Most Unexpected Places: You Don't Have To Look Far!

I volunteer at times for my church, working at activities or cooking at the weekly bingo.  It’s quality time, a great diversion from fraud and financial crimes, and allows me a way to give back to my community and support… Read More »

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San Francisco Giants and Embezzlement: Unexpected Combination?

Much has been written about the risks associated with employee embezzlement, especially in light of the current state of the economy, employment and the declined financial climate in general.  Yet day after day I receive 10-20 new Google alerts of… Read More »

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Less and less surprise me these days… :-(

NUN Accused of Embezzling $850,000 From College, Then Gambling It Away in Atlantic City “A Catholic nun broke one of the Ten Commandments by embezzling $850,000 from a suburban New York City college and gambling it away in Atlantic City,… Read More »

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