Join the global effort to minimize the impact of fraud by promoting anti-fraud awareness and education.
Register your organization as an Official Supporter of International Fraud Awareness Week. Signing up is quick and it’s free!
From presentations and anti-fraud tools to logos and press releases, see the resources available to help you fight fraud.
Check the list of organizations worldwide that are signed up as Official Supporters. Is your company on the list?
Find the latest updates about Fraud Week and read about some of the things supporters are doing to promote the effort.
"During Fraud Awareness week we run an article in the local newspaper, we train staff on fraud detection techniques and we develop a newsletter that goes out to most of our clients."
- Stephanie Stohon Wessel & Company
"We have a week of educational social media planned for each day of the week!"
- Ellen JoynerSAS
"We will host a roundtable event led by our head of fraud Albert van Wyk to educate clients on fraud preventative measures for businesses and protecting the customer experience."
"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 ThomeState of Minnesota Executive Branch
The biggest mistake business owners make is believing that they are immune to fraud, whereas in reality, anyone can fall victim to it.
After working at her company for over a decade,
convicted fraudster Andrea Baxendale shares the rationalization and
opportunities that led to her embezzlement.
According to the ACFE's 2014 Report to the Nations, every year $3.7 trillion is lost to fraud. Click below to see an infographic illustrating this amount.