2 – Test the allegations
3 – Do public record and background asset checks
4 – Evaluate and organize the preliminary results
5 – Complete the internal investigation
6 – Begin the external investigation
7 – Trace illicit payments
8 – Interview the secondary subject(s)
9 – Interview the primary subject
10 – Choose remedies, draft final report
- R. S. Kulzick
Source: Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. (2005).
Computer-Aided Fraud Prevention and Detection.
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