Fraud Doesn't Matter?

Kusnierz, Richard
April 2006
Credit Control;2006, Vol. 27 Issue 4/5, p61
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the employee-led fraud in the business enterprises in Great Britain. The endemic acceptance of employee-led fraud in the country has damaged its economic performance. Businesses have been losing between 3% and 5% of annual revenue due to fraudulent activity. Business investors have to focus on low cost fraud detection techniques to prevent fraudulent activity and to increase the businesses profit.


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