Skimming is the removal of cash from the victim's company before the transaction has been introduced into the accounting system. Since floating on the type of fraud of books (never recorded) there is no direct audit trail, so it is difficult to detect cheating. Employees who have the opportunity to overcome the disbursement system are directly concerned with clients or payments managers. This article covers four major categories of downgrade schemes and discusses red flags to detect fraud.
The most common drawdown is not the sale of goods, but the purchase of money by the buyer. Despite checks, such as tape recorders, drivers, and surveillance equipment, employees will be able to manipulate the system to detect fraud. For some examples of unlisted sales, the cheat manipulates the tape tape to avoid printing on the tape when the transactions are entered into the system. The tool of perception is the prediction of system records that if the fraudster is destroyed when the fraudster reverses the recording tape, they would pause in pre-numbered transactions. Companies should pay particular attention to unregistered sales systems that are difficult to control and generally find unpredictable sales revenues
Improper sales and receivables
For these overlapping schemes, the customer receives a receipt, but when the employee enters the system, then either a discount or a smaller sale will be recorded. In order to cover their number, they may receive copies of the received letter in their own amount or generate false pricing documentation. Preventing fraud by enabling licensing of sales discounts, checking receipt of changes and tracking the history of cashier sales actions is possible.
Receipt of Checks by Mail
In this particular system, sales were recorded in the company's system but did not reach payment of the claim. The person responsible for paying you physically steals the check and pays money to the bank. If a worker is able to overcome issues by redeeming checks, for example, by approving and convincing the bank that the transaction is legitimate, they will have to cope with the delusion of fraud when the balance of clients becomes a criminal. If the employee does not take care of it, the company will send late notifications to clients that are likely to result in customer complaints with a copy of the deleted check. Fraudsters will be bypassing them by taking ads or manipulating the customer's address to redirect the email. The system has the ability to commit this system if the employee receiving the mail is the same person whose task is to record the receipt. Properly separating the duties and marking the only check of deposits allows the company to easily reduce the possibilities of the levy.
The ultimate category of short-term execution means less money theft than borrowing to raise money from the time value of money. By delaying the receipt of the payment, the employee is able to use the funds for short-term investments that create the interest of the perpetrator. A means of obtaining access to money may be any of the above forms, but there is a clear difference that in that case the money will eventually be returned to the company and the only loss is the date of receipt. Red Flags in this area would have a higher daily sales rate or unusual payout times compared to previous customer payments, especially if they are looking at certain customers.
Regardless of the most important tools of prevention, the creation of appropriate internal controls. Separating companies' theft and employee awareness can eliminate the possibility and rationalization of fraud. When early detection fails, floating leads to very costly losses and a corporate culture that ignores signs of fraud.