Posts Tagged ‘tragedy of fraud’
I’ve dropped the prices for the print copies of my books available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes store.
Here is what you can find on-line:
Tragedy of Fraud – Insider Trading Edition
Story of Scott London’s fall from regional audit partner at KPMG to prison inmate because of his insider trading.
- $6.99 in paperback, a $3 price cut
- $2.99 in Kindle e-book format, a $2 price cut
- Also available at iTunes and Barnes and Noble
Both books in my Tragedy of Fraud series are now available in print format from Amazon.
The newest book:
Tragedy of Fraud – Insider Trading Edition describes – Scott London’s long fall from Big 4 audit partner to prison inmate.
Click the link for your reading preference:
First book in the series:
Tragedy of Fraud – The Ripple Effects from Fraud and the Wages Earned – Consequences of fraud spread far. There is a long list of well-earned wages from fraud that will be paid in full.
Available in your preferred format:
In a few days, printed copies of the two books in my Tragedy of Fraud series will be available in print at Amazon.
(Update: Available now.)
Time for my semi-annual followup on the location of the defendants in the bribery case in Upland, the city just west of where I live.
The ex-mayor has been released from federal prison.
For a couple of years I’ve been looking at a few specific fraud incidents as case studies of fraud in general. It has been fascinating to dive deep into an embezzlement at a nearby megachurch and a corruption case in a nearby city. I’ve blogged about those extensively and even turned my blog posts into an e-book, Tragedy of Fraud.
Two more case studies have surfaced — one I’ll just mention and the other I’ll see what I can find for several more posts.
(Cross-posted from my other blog, Nonprofit Update, because this is valuable for CPAs as well.)
Here’s a consequence of fraud I’d not pondered before:
Explaining to your young children that mommy is a felon before they have the opportunity to start searching the internet. Better to explain your record before they read about it.
Fraud has tragic effects on innocent people who didn’t commit the fraud. The person who did the deed will pay a severe price far beyond what the judge imposes. Just like a stone thrown into a pond causes ripples all across the water, so a fraud ripples out to cause all sorts of harm.
Only 99 cents.
Available in Epub for iPad, iBooks, Nook, and Sony Reader.
Also in mobi for Kindle, PDF for desktop reading, and 5 other formats.
Newest versions can be found here.
Has been available at Amazon since February.
She is providing speaking engagements to make money to repay her victim. She has a new website set up at Forged Redemption, LLC.
If you are interested in studying one specific fraud incident to help yourself learn about fraud, check out her site. Likewise if you are looking for a speaker.