© D.L. Crumbley
Koletar’s Murder vs. Fraud Comparison
Fraud is committed for only one reason - - greed.
Fraud is committed in the workplace, where there should be tighter controls.
Those committing fraud return to the scene of their crime time and time again, often for many years.
Fraud tends to be accumulative, getting bigger with time.
Fraudsters wear the same employee badges we do and eat in the same cafeterias.
Normally, there is a victim available with a fraud, with detailed knowledge about the perp, technique, and motive.
Since the penalties are less severe for fraud, the possibilities for cooperation is increased.
Source: J.W. Koletar, Fraud Exposed, John Wiley & Sons, 2003, p. 153.