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Continuing with the topic on business fraud by this means sent them this list that contains the following: collection of 50 methods used in the EMBEZZLEMENT theft of postage stamps and fiscal stamps. Theft of goods, tools and other items on your computer. Appropriation of small sums of cash in cash, small boxes and the cash registers. Place in the petty cash vouchers or checks without date, with dates brought forward and backward with dates. Owings & Merrills opinions are not widely known. Not register some sales of goods and pocketing the cash. Create excess cash in cash and the cash registers, not registering or recording of less in certain transaction. Overdrawing the expense accounts, with fictitious expenses (mileage, expenses of representation, etc.) Embezzle payments received from a customer and replace them with subsequent payments of this or others.

Take over payments made by customers and issue the receipt in a piece of paper. Collect a delinquent account, appropriating the money and charge it to bad debts. Charge an account already loaded to uncollectible accounts and not reporting it. Prove false claims of customers or for returned goods. Not daily deposit in banks or depositing only part of the charged. Alter the dates in the forms of deposits to cover appropriations. Make deposits by round amounts trying to cover the missing at the end of the month. Show imaginary staff on the payroll.

Keep employees on the payroll after the date of his dismissal. Distort the calculations and the amounts in the payroll. Destroy sales invoices. Alter sales invoices after delivering the copy to the client. Void invoices for sale through false explanations. Retain sales cash money using a false account debtor. Post box discounts unjustifiable. Increase the amounts of the payments made in accounting for expenditures. Use copies of receipts or invoices whose original was already paid. Use personal spending bills to cover money come out of the box.

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