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'Meta-Model of Fraud' Two Triangles Combine for Better Fraud Case Comprehension 

The Fraud Triangle is tried and true, but we might need more to understand our cases. The authors describe a “meta-model of fraud” that combines the “why-based” Fraud Triangle with the “what-based” Triangle of Fraud Action to better explain fraud cases. We might never know exactly why fraudsters commit crimes, but we can always gather facts and evidence to help prevent and deter fraud.

Download the article below by FLVS partner Jonathan Marks to learn more.

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