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A study by Ernst and Young's fraud department and FBI investigators found the 15 phrases employees use in emails when they're planning to commit fraud. And they're amusing because of how OBVIOUS they are.....
1.) Cover up.
2.) Write off.
4.) Failed investment.
5.) Nobody will find out.
6.) Grey area.
7.) They owe it to me.
8.) Do not volunteer information.
9.) Not ethical.
10.) Off the books.
12.) No inspection.
13.) Pull earnings forward.
14.) Special fees. (--That phrase is used most often in bribery cases.)
15.) Friendly payments.
Our IT department flagged this email recently sent by Meg to a friend of hers...