Fraud is everywhere and can range from small infractions to large scale theft. Fraud can be experienced by not only a company but by individuals. Studies have shown that the presence of anti-fraud controls correlates with a decreases in the cost and duration of fraud. Being aware of potential fraud signals can help you avoid becoming a victim. We put together the following info-graphic that outlines important information about fraud and combatting it. The data was provided by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners: 2012 Report to the Nations.

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