Until recently, paying vendors was a simple matter of processing an invoice and issuing a check. No longer. Ongoing advances in technology, credit card, debit card, and ACH require advanced payment techniques. With that trend, unfortunately, are coming new opportunities for fraudsters to steal from your organization.
Peter Goldmann will show you: Who commits each major type of payment fraud-focusing on check, ACH and P-Card schemes, Inside secrets from actual fraudsters, Vendor billing schemes that exploit payment process control weaknesses, Latest electronic payment schemes (ACH hijacking, spear-phishing, social engineering and more), Check counterfeiting, forgery and tampering schemes to be aware ofHow to detect common external payments schemes versus internal attacks.
At the conclusion of the webinar you will be able to: Conduct a cost-effective Fraud Risk Assessment of your most commonly used payment methods, Identify the critical red flags of all forms of check, ACH and P-card fraud, Detect payment fraud before material financial damage occurs, Obtain optimal payment fraud prevention tools from your financial institution, Recommend a better payment fraud control structure-including the segregation of duties, employee background checks and employee awareness training.
Bill grew up in Western Washington, and received his undergraduate, juris doctorate, and master of laws in taxation degrees in both Eastern and Western Washington. Prior to coming to Worth Law Group, Bill worked a land development company for three and half years litigating land use and regulatory issues, and then spent the past seven plus years as an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) with the Washington State Department of Revenue (Department), where he resolved hundreds of taxpayer appeals by issuing writing determinations and settling matters, and representing the Department in matters before the Washington State Board of Tax Appeals (BTA). In his new role with Worth Law Group he intends to bring his wealth of experience in state and local tax (SALT) matters to the aid of his clients, and grow the SALT practice at the firm. He will also apply his advanced education in tax law to federal tax issues as well, including complex estate and gift tax planning, and trust and estate tax litigation.
Non-Member Price $99.00
Member Price $79.00