A fraud investigation determines whether a scam has taken place and gathers evidence to protect the victims involved. Fraud is misrepresentation with the intent to deceive. For example, if a company makes a specific claim about a product and knows that the product won’t work as promised, they are guilty of fraud. Fraud is a very real and costly problem that causes loss of money as well others problems.
The FVG investigate Insurance Fraud, Corporate Fraud, Financial Fraud, Identity Theft, Internet Fraud, Corporate Slip and Fall, Ticket Fraud, and others. Corporate investigation: Workplace Misconduct, Trade Secret and IP Theft, Breach of Privacy, Ethics & Corruption, Inappropriate Material, Embezzlement & Fraud, Piracy & Copyright Violations, Cyber-Stalking, Wrongful Discharge, Infidelity & Divorce, Conflict of Interest and others