International Fraud Awareness Week is an opportunity for anti-fraud professionals and communities to come together to look at how far reaching the effects of fraud can be. Past Fraud Week supporters have organized and hosted events ranging from webinars, lectures and conferences to film festivals and interactive investigation scenarios. If you would like to invite members of the public to your Fraud Week event, you can submit your event for Fraud Week 2023 to be displayed on this page using the form below.

Please note that in order to submit an event, it should be an in-person or virtual event at a specific time that others can attend (paid or free). Although we encourage and appreciate ongoing efforts to spread fraud awareness during the week, like distributing educational materials or posting signage, any event submissions that are not a specific planned event requiring in-person or virtual attendance of some sort will not be displayed on this page. You can contact us with any questions.



Wirecard Fraud Scandal

Central Ohio & Twin Cities ACFE Chapters
November 8
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

(Central Standard Time)

To help promote fraud awareness and Fraud Week, the Central Ohio and Twin Cities ACFE Chapters will be co-hosting a virtual webinar focused on the Wirecard scandal. Seena Ghaznavi, Justin Williams, and Ariel Leaty will present a background on the Wirecard scandal. They will also go into detail on how the fraud was caught and who was involved.

Mary Breslin will interview Pav Gill and provide the audience with a true whistleblower to whistleblower discussion. Mary and Pav will do a deep dive of what materialized in Wirecard scandal and how Pav Gill was able to detect and report the fraud. Pav Gill will give an astonishing and extraordinary view of his personal story.

Find more details on the event page.


CFE: More Than a Certification

November 12
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM

(Eastern European Time) 

The event "CFE: More Than a Certification" is intended for those who are interested in pursuing certification as Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs). Mona Safieh will be leading the presentation since she is getting ready for the CFE exam. Mona will offer her own insights and suggestions on how to study successfully and things each individual should be aware of such as types of memberships, the 60 days time limit to complete all 4 exams once the “Schedule the exam“ button has been pressed and if the CFE is the right certification to pursue based on each one’s career path. Exam format, study materials, time management, and test-taking techniques will all be covered at the session. Participants will have the chance to write down their questions and get to know what is the ACFE, the importance of having such marketable certifications and how CFE Certification can add to their career and community they are a part of.

To sign up, enter your information in this Google Forms link.


OCACFE's Annual Ethics & Fraud Training Seminar

Orange County, CA ACFE Chapter
November 15
1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Online via Zoom Live Session

(Pacific Time - PT)

This "Annual Ethics & Fraud Training Seminar" (4.0 CPE Credits) is presented by the Orange County, CA ACFE Chapter, and is intended for Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) to stay current in the profession by completing Continuing Professional Education (CPE). CFEs must obtain a minimum of 20 CPE credits each year; at least 10 of which must relate directly to the detection and deterrence of fraud and 2 must relate directly to ethics. This year's line-up of Ethics and Fraud speakers are from various backgrounds (e.g. academics, law enforcement, business, etc.). Be sure to visit: and subscribe to receive more information about this event.

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