This fraud research depository is collecting evidence, entries, books, ledgers, stories, articles, schemes, aids for detection, photos and any other information about fraud and abuse. Essentially, we are seeking to preserve materials for historical purposes in order to deter and detect fraud and abuse which is estimated to be between $660 billion to $1 trillion in the U.S. each year. New fraud schemes and forensic techniques to stop white collar crime are welcomed. We especially encourage professors to video interviews with both the good and bad guys.
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