Organizations Lose 6% Annually to Fraud or Theft
- Monitoring bank accounts and credit card accounts
- Tracking monies coming in (merchant account, mail, cash)
- Verifying payroll
- Minimizing inventory shrinkage
- Managing and maintaining property and equipment
For any organization, these steps are critical. The potential impact from fraud and theft should not be taken lightly. Estimates indicate businesses and non-profit organizations lose 6% annually to some form of fraud or theft. In most cases, the loss is generated internally by employees, managers, owners or someone with a close connection to them.
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