Fraud is a misrepresentation with an intent to deceive. For example, if a company makes specific promises about a product in order to sell it, they may be guilty of fraud if they are aware that the product does not work as advertised. Fraud is a very real and costly and it can cause not only a loss of money but also loss of life and serious injuries. Fraud investigations can be complicated and difficult to prove. Criminals take great care to cover their tracks and escape prosecution. In order for an investigation to be useful in a legal case, you must be able to prove that fraud was intended.
Our fraud investigation unit determines whether fraud has taken place and find evidence if fraud has occurred. Our investigators operate within the law to find critical evidence that others might overlook. We also keep evidence preserved so that it is admissible in court. If you think you may have been a victim of fraud, call us and we’ll find out.