ACC 556 WEEK 4 Crooked Scenario 4

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ACC 556 WEEK 4 Crooked Scenario 4

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ACC 556 WEEK 4 Crooked Scenario 4

ACC 556 WEEK 4 Crooked Scenario 4

LEARNING TEAM ASSIGNMENT

Read the scenario and follow the subsequent directions.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment as a Microsoft® Word Document.

 

After the second day of intense training with Joseph, Sterling and Glenda Berkeley, you were sitting in your office preparing the final exam for this fine group, which would be administered the next day.  The finishing touches of the final were just being completed when you noticed a suspicious package outside your door.  Thinking it might contain a CrookEd bomb you called security who easily assessed there was no bomb.  Relieved you opened the package.

 

In the package you found a lengthy letter, perhaps a confession, from a current CrookEd employee who wanted to remain anonymous.  The letter contained all kinds of allegations.  As you read through the letter, you had an idea.  You decided to take a number of the allegations and put them in a table for the final exam you would be administering the next day.  These kinds of frauds could be found in the text for the class you were teaching: Fraud Examination, 5th Edition Chapters 14 and 15and from Executive Roadmap to Fraud Prevention and Internal Control: Creating a Culture of Compliance, 2nd Edition, Chapter 7 and 9.

 

You decided on a match the fraud scenario with the fraud category approach.  The table you created is provided below, and interestingly corresponds to this week’s assignment.

 

Match the fraud scenarios provided in the table below with the fraud type(s) listed with the table.  Do this as a team.

 

Submit the below table within a Word document.  Grading:  5 pts.

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ACC 556 WEEK 4 Crooked Scenario 4

ACC 556 WEEK 4 Crooked Scenario 4