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For this week’s discussion, after reading Chapter 14 in the text and understanding the Occupational Fraud Classification Scheme, you will be using the 2018 ACFE Report to the Nations (attached and also available in the ACFE folder). Choose a fraud scheme from the report and write and post a 1 – 3 paragraph response, selecting a scheme, explaining it, and summarizing key statistics and observations from the report. Choose topics that you find interesting, important, or even surprising to share with your classmates. My intent is that, with a good number of students, we will get a good variety and some excellent sampling of the contents of the Report to the Nations. After your initial post, please post at least two substantive responses to posts from your classmates, with a focus on applying these statistics and observations to the various topics we have covered this semester, or asking probing questions to dig deeper. Please post your initial response no later than 10:00 p.m. on Wednesday night, allowing time for responses from your classmates. The discussion will end at midnight on Sunday, as next week is the midterm exam.

2018-report-to-the-nations.pdf

the link^ is necessary if it asks for a login here it is! my assignment is already late, but late is better than nothing lol. dont worry about the two substantive responses i will take care of those. just need the 1-3 paragraphs. let me know if you have any questions.

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