1. What is the "Fraud Triangle"?
The term "Fraud Triangle" was coined in the 1950s by Donald Cressey. Cressey was one of the nation’s leading experts on the sociology of crime. Cressey stated all frauds need three elements to take place: opportunity, pressure and rationalization. Business owners can limit opportunity to some extent but pressure and rationalization are not easily contained.
2.What are some easy ways to limit the opportunity to commit fraud?
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