Fraud Prevention in Your Business

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Name: Fraud Prevention in Your Business
Date: November 15, 2017
Time: 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM EST
Event Description:


presents - free of charge
in affiliation with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
and the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce
for International Fraud Awareness Week
 
Fraud Prevention in Your Business
 
with a complimentary Wine Bar and Light Fare
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 5:00 pm
reservations are required
 
From the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE):
  • The biggest mistake business owners make is believing that they are immune to fraud.
  • Businesses with under 100 employees are especially vulnerable to fraud, with fewer anti-fraud controls in place than larger organizations with high levels of capital resources.
  • Most small businesses that experience fraud do not recover any of their losses.
In this highly informative session, you will learn
  • Best practices for your business to detect and prevent fraud
  • Why “we have a comptroller” or “we’ve been through an audit” won’t discover fraud
  • Case studies of businesses that had it all covered, and how they were still defrauded
  • Psychology of fraudsters—why they’re often the people you know best and trust the most
  • What you can do tomorrow morning to make your business more secure from fraudsters
Special Guest Speaker for International Fraud Awareness Week:
Michael Pocalyko, Certified Fraud Examiner, CEO of Special Investigations, Investigator, International Fraudbuster, member of the ACFE Advisory Council, and original DRCC “Dulles 28” Benefactor
 
Why reservations are required:
Special Investigations will be showing our guests how fraud is accomplished and then demonstrating some cutting-edge techniques for fraud prevention. This conversation is for the good guys. We’re not about to teach the fraudsters what we know.

Answers to FAQs:
  • Yes, completely free.
  • Nope. No sales pitches, no pay-to-play sponsors. It’s a public service from Special Investigations and The Dulles Chamber provided for businesses during International Fraud Awareness Week.
  • Wine bar. Yes—that means an open bar. Free. No—a wine bar does not have beer or hard liquor. Yes—of course there will be non-alcoholic beverages. No—light fare is not dinner.
  • Reservations are by name, not just providing the number of people.
  • An hour and a half, from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm.
  • About 20 minutes of talk, followed by open conversation with the fraud experts.
  • Yes, please bring a guest, just provide his or her name in advance to ellen@specinv.com.
  • No, continuing professional education (CPE) or in-service hours are not creditable for this event.
  • We welcome our brothers and sisters in Blue—law enforcement officers. It’s definitely an appropriate community event for you.
  • Sure. Call Special Investigations at 703.674.0514 with that question.
Location:
Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce
3901 Centerview Dr.
Suite S
​Chantilly, VA 20151
Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
​5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
 
Contact Information:
Ellen Cole 703.674.0514
Fees/Admission:
Registration | Free
​RSVP ahead of time. Limited Space.
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Printed courtesy of www.dulleschamber.org – Contact the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce for more information.
3901 Centerview Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151 – (571) 323-5300 – ADonovan@dulleschamber.org