The red-flag words in e-mails that may indicate fraud

01/10/2013 | Compliance Week

Employees who use the phrases "nobody will find out," "gray area," and "they owe it to me" in e-mails are likely discussing fraud, according to research by Ernst & Young and the FBI. Incriminating e-mail traffic is typically identified after a fraud has been committed, but E&Y suggests companies can detect fraud by scanning for these phrases and others.

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