Fraud Inquiry

Fraud Inquiry

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Fraud in a company may take the form of criminal deception for private gain, conflicts of interest, diversion of business, theft of goods or confidential information, embezzlement, corruption, bribery, collusion, etc. Fraud might be perpetrated by external parties or by employees, either with or without external collusion.

How to conduct a fraud Inquiry?

Before launching an inquiry, our investigators conduct interviews with our clients to understand the events related to the alleged fraud, analyze the preliminary information or allegations, and discuss suspicions. Based on preliminary information, Integrity Malaysia designs a relevant scope of investigative work.

Our inquiry involves the collection of relevant evidence by conducting the following activities:

Computer forensics, including recovery of deleted information
Interviews and audits
Search for witnesses
Background checks
Desktop searches
Discreet approaches to employees
or external parties
Surveillance and monitoring of suspected individuals

Comprehensive inquiry reports, including relevant evidence in the form of pictures, documentation, and testimonies are provided upon completion. These reports can be used for employment termination or legal purposes.

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