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Our professionals offer broad perspective on the issues you face and give great attention to detail and strong ethical standards. We have helped organizations look into and prevent possible fraudulent activity. We have some of the nationís leading experts in business interruption, valuation and retention and preservation of documents and electronic data. Secura offers numerous services:
Employees that steal have become very creative, and you must understand how theft happens so you stay one step ahead of them in their schemes. The most common ways employees steal fall into the categories of larceny, skimming and fraud.
Larceny is the actual stealing of property or cash. This is often the easiest to detect because the cash or item usually has already been recorded on the books and adequate controls usually exist. But different ways this can happen include pocketing loose change, or stealing goods before they reach the shelves.
 
Skimming is the embezzlement of cash before it is even recorded on the company's books. This can happen when an employee has the customer pay him/her directly for goods or service. Receivables' skimming is when the amount owed is reduced on the books by write-off schemes. Over-billing can also happen, with managers who have expense accounts and may submit receipts twice and then are reimbursed twice or who inflate the expenses.
 
Fraudulent disbursements. These take several forms, including billing schemes, payroll schemes, register disbursement schemes, expense reimbursement schemes and check tampering. In retail, for example, salespersons can charge a customer one sum, ring up a receipt for less and pocket the difference. Other schemes include fake payrolls (paying a person who does not exist) or purchasing fraud (where employees pose as suppliers of goods that don't exist and then reimburse themselves).

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