We have rounded up the most popular posts on our site so that you can catch up on anything awesome you might have missed in 2010. There’s a ton of great advice, links and case examples in the archives, so make sure you check out the links we’ve compiled for you!
Samuel Mouli Cohen, who allegedly bilked investors out of more than $30 million, was arrested in August 2010. There were numerous red flags that investors could have identified if they had done some homework prior to investing. Private Jets, recorded conversations from jail and a “Kosher Billionaire” cookbook…what more could you ask for?
Check out part two: The Ongoing Saga of Samuel “Mouli” Cohen
Equally important to understanding what a private investigator can legally obtain, is understanding what they cannot obtain. Retrieving bank account information, bank records, telephone records, credit reports (without authorization) is not only off-limits, it’s illegal.
Have you ever wondered what a background check would find out about you?
Bayou Fund is one of the prime examples of a hedge fund fraud that could have been avoided by investors had they conducted a background investigation on Sam Israel.
In today’s tough economy, candidates for senior level positions may feel the pressure to falsify credentials or hide things from their past.
With the rampant amount of investment fraud, hedge fund fraud and ponzi schemes, doing your due diligence on your potential investment has never been more critical.
Consulting with a private investigator can help attorney’s to leverage their position and find creative and efficient ways to come out ahead of your adversary.
Looking for some fraud and investigation trends, news and insight? Look no further…
This is a collection of some of our favorite fraud and investigation books published in 2010.
What if you knew if someone was being investigated by foreign authorities before you hired them? Wouldn’t you want to know?