How To Find Embezzlement Problems In Your Business
Business is about trust. You trust your vendors will deliver on time for you and you trust your customers will pay for products and services in a timely manner. Within your own walls, you trust your employees are looking out for the best interest of the company. Unfortunately, some trusted employees commit fraud and embezzle from their employers.
The private investigators at PHENIX have years of experience dealing with corporate fraud and embezzlement issues. The Certified Fraud Examiners on the PHENIX team can analyze the accounting data to find the embezzlement and gather the evidence needed to put an end to corporate fraud. PHENIX private investigators conduct interviews and complex risk assessments to not only stop embezzlement and corporate fraud, but to ensure your business is doing everything possible to prevent employees from stealing from your company.
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Your Three Options To Resolve Theft:
CALL THE POLICE ?
Creates Risk and Public Exposure.
Your local police do not have the resources, experience, or manpower to resolve a private matter within your business. Calling the police also exposes your issue to the public and puts your company at risk of a lawsuit for wrongful termination.
CONTACT AN ATTORNEY ?
Expensive. Slow results.
An attorney seems like the next logical choice, right? Well only if you are okay with a mounting legal bills and an ongoing case that can take months (or years) of litigation. That's the reality in most of the theft cases when attorneys get involved. There are rarely any winners.
HIRE PHENIX ?
PHENIX resolves your issue confidentially, professionally, and often at minimal expense to you. There are no legal costs, no wrongful termination issues, and no lengthy cases. In fact, some of our clients get paid back for their loss with our restitution agreements.
How is this possible? Read on, and just ask our clients.