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  • Shareable Fraud Videos

    These videos are available for free and can be embedded in social media, news stories or webpages. The data is sourced from the 2018 and 2016 editions of the ACFE Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, the ACFE’s global fraud study. For any questions related to these videos or their usage, please contact Sarah Hofmann at You can find the embed code by clicking the paper plane icon in the top right corner of each video.


    What does fraud mean to you?

    You may not think about it every day, but fraud affects your life more than you may realize. Learn how to protect yourself in the latest animated shareable video from the ACFE.

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    What is identity theft?

    Do you know the common ways identities are stolen and how you can best protect yourself? Take another look in the latest animated shareable video from the ACFE.

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    How is money laundered?

    Learn some of the basic ways fraudsters can clean money they've obtained through illegal means.

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    Why do people commit fraud?

    Explore how pressure, opportunity and rationalization — called the Fraud Triangle — can come together to influence an individual to commit fraud.

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    What does a fraudster look like?

    Dive into what similarities fraudsters have, such as age, gender, tenure at a company and more.

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2017 International Fraud Awareness Week