Breach of Trust Cases
Breaches of trust occur in fraud scenarios when an individual has used their particular position of power and authority to take advantage of another. Some examples of breaches of trust in the context of fraud are:
- Theft from an employer
- Forgery or the destruction of documents in title
- Theft or fraud of credit cards
- Accounting Fraud, An employee who manipulates a company’s accounts to cover up theft or uses the company’s accounts payable-the most damaging for affected businesses.
- Personal Purchases, An employee uses company funds to pay for personal purchases and records the payments as legitimate business expenses in the accounting system.
- Accounts Receivable Fraud, Accounts receivable fraud takes place through many different types of schemes: lapping, fictitious sales, skimming and more.
- Payroll Fraud
- Data Theft
- Fake Supplier
An employee sets up a fake supplier and bills the company for good or services not provided.
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