Resources You May Have Missed During Fraud Week 2018

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The ACFE would like to thank all International Fraud Awareness Week Official Supporters, supporting media, bloggers, tweeters and social media posters for their amazing participation in Fraud Week.

We would also like to thank our Fraud Week Ambassadors this year: Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority, Al Hilal Bank, Arcelor Mittal, Bank of Guam, Citizens Property Insurance Cooperation, CRI Group, First Abu Dhabi Bank, General Mills, Kenanga, Maersk, Magellan Health, Mashreq Bank, Microsoft, Millicom, Oman Insurance Company, Orange, TD Bank, Vodafone and Voya Financial. The success of Fraud Week could not have happened without all of these dedicated people working together around the globe to spread the message that fraud can be prevented and detected.

Even with the many articles and resources shared, you might not have seen all that was done to highlight fraud detection and prevention. Here are some Fraud Week highlights you might have missed:

  • Online Fraud Experiment - Trulioo set out to learn whether fraudsters, under the guise of a fake company, offering a fake product, could convince internet users to disclose their personal information.

  • Shareable, Explainer Videos - Animated and shareable videos covering identity theft and the affects of fraud on daily life were available for download.

  • #FraudWeekChat - The ACFE and the Identity Theft Resource Center hosted a Twitter chat focused on the impact of fraud.

  • Fraud Week Shareable Facts and Video - Experian highlighted the cost of fraud through a video and shareable graphics.

  • Events - Check out all of the events, from Facebook Live sessions to workouts, that happened all over the world this week, ACFE

Remember, fraud awareness doesn't begin and end with Fraud Week. It is a year-round effort being supported by fraud examiners all over the world. Thank you all again, and we look forward to next year’s event, November 17-23, 2019!