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When fraud occurs in your business, you need to act fast.

When fraud occurs in your business, you need to act fast. I’ll be sharing in the coming days some tips that I hope could help. Safeguard potential evidence. Preservation of evidence is key. Secure any and all potential evidence — but by all means, avoid the temptation to examine the evidence on your own. Electronic evidence is fragile and easily altered. Did you know that simply turning a computer off or on can alter potential evidence? Secure computers, mobile phones and external electronic media sources such as thumb drives. Maintaining the evidence will help your fraud investigation professionals identifying what occurred, who committed the fraud and why. If you need any help or advice – please get in touch. Do you know what evidence to preserve and how to do it?

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