A Week Dedicated to Fraud Awareness, Detection & Prevention

Join the global effort to minimize the impact of fraud by promoting anti-fraud awareness and education.


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Find the latest updates about Fraud Week and read about some of the things supporters are doing to promote the effort.

“We plan to obtain a governor's proclamation recognizing the week of November 15-21 as ‘Fraud Awareness and Prevention Week in the State of Minnesota.’” 

— Mike Thone
State of Minnesota, Executive Branch

Too Much Trust: How Fraud Happens Where You Least Expect It

After working at her company for over a decade, convicted fraudster Andrea Baxendale shares the rationalization and opportunities that led to her embezzlement.

Video: Too Much Trust


Convicted fraudster Nathan Mueller describes the details of his four-year-long, $8.5 million embezzlement scheme. Watch the video below.

Video: The Rise and Fall of an Embezzelement Scheme

The Cost of Complacency

Fraud doesn’t just cost a company its reputation; one instance costs a company a median of $145,000. Read more about the drastic effects of a fraud not detected proactively.

Infographic: The Cost of Complacency