Insurance Fraud Casebook. Paying a Premium for Crime

  • ID: 2330879
  • Book
  • 288 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Praise for Insurance Fraud Casebook

"From kickbacks to murder and physicians to cartels, these case studies read like a novel, yet provide practical and relevant considerations. This is a must–read for any professional working in the insurance arena."
Tiffany R. Couch, CFE, CPA/CFF, Principal, Acuity Group PLLC

"Thirty–five years of police work and financial investigation taught me that there is just no substitute for experience, but if you haven′t been there, learn from somebody who has. This compendium is an entertaining, enlightening, and practical aid for everyone who has an interest in fraud detection. I heartily recommend it."
Roy Burnett, MS, CFE, Fraud Investigator, EE Ltd

"Can a book on insurance fraud be a great read? This one can: Armenian arsonists–for–profit, new tricks in identity theft and embezzlement, Russian mobster rip–offs and even manipulation of murder. A superb collection of the unusual, the tragic and the amusing, this is a casebook invaluable to the fraud investigation professional as well as students."
Douglas M. Watson, PhD, CFE–RE, Point∼CounterPoint Consultations, Izmir, Turkey

"Once again, the ACFE has produced a collection of excellent cases on the subject of fraud. In addition to very detailed case stories, an excellent ′Lessons Learned′ section is included at the end of each chapter. This book brings fraud to life for students of fraud examination."
Ron McNinch, PhD, CFE, SPHR, Public Administration and Legal Studies Chair, University of Guam

"This book is a great illustration of the depth and breadth of insurance fraud schemes and of the cost that we all pay for them. The examples and case studies are both informative and intellectually entertaining. A great read for everyone, from fraud examiners to basic insurance consumers."
Ryan C. Hubbs, CFE, CIA, CCSA, PHR, Forensic Audit Manager, Internal Audit Services, Halliburton

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Preface ix

Insurance Fraud Classification System xiii

Chapter 1 Needles in a Paystack 1Charles Piper

Chapter 2 The Good Doctor and Insurance Consultant 11Michael King

Chapter 3 Greasing the Wheels in the Oil Business 21Abdulrazaq Al–Morjan

Chapter 4 Living the Dream, Keeping Up the Lie 31Andries J. Brummer

Chapter 5 Extinguishing an Arson Fraud 39Barry Zalma

Chapter 6 Weakest Link in the Chain 47
Angela Bisasor

Chapter 7 Everyone Gets Hurt: A Study in Workers′ Compensation Fraud 57Michael Sputo

Chapter 8 The Hazards of Doing Business with Friends 67Bill Maloney

Chapter 9 There′s Gold in Them Thar Malls! 75Carl Knudson

Chapter 10 Damsel in Diamonds 83Michael Skrypek

Chapter 11 Operation Give and Go 93Edward P. Buttimore

Chapter 12 An Inspection Is Worth a Thousand Photos 103Ed Madge

Chapter 13 The Danger of Trusting Too Much 113Joe Bonk

Chapter 14 The Twin Cities Machine 121Bob Weir

Chapter 15 With Friends Like These . . . 131John Fifarek

Chapter 16 All the Buzz 139Dalene Bartholomew

Chapter 17 Getting Rich from the Elderly 149John R. Holley

Chapter 18 Transparent Greed 159Joseph Licandro

Chapter 19 Fault of Fortune 169Jyoti Khetarpal

Chapter 20 Going Blind to Fraud 179Karen Wright

Chapter 21 Going Against the Cartel 191Loftin C. Woodiel

Chapter 22 Falling Prey to Online Charms 199Tina Hancock

Chapter 23 Big Bills in Little Cuba 209Mark Starinsky

Chapter 24 Rushing an Insurance Claim 217Peter Parillo

Chapter 25 Ignorance Is Bliss, While It Lasts 229Rebecca Busch

Chapter 26 The Name Game 239William D. Meader

Chapter 27 Woo, Wed, Insure, Murder 249William P. Hight

Chapter 28 Mystery Shopping for Fraud 259Stephen Pedneault

Index 269

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