Fraud involves someone taking money and or goods from another by misrepresentation. This can be an individual, a crime group, or a large international fraud ring.
We understand you have already suffered a monetary loss as well as a loss of trust. Through our investigation we endeavor to mitigate your loss by locating your asset for recovery and/or interface with authorities for prosecution.
Discovery has helped to recover assets and bring to justice 5 of the largest national and international fraud rings.
Fraud is a complex investigation that uses most of our investigative techniques in our tool box.
This type of case may take weeks to months to solve as it is handled very carefully. It may require developing special sources, informants and law enforcement contacts.
Please call 480-946-7173 to set up a comprehensive consultation and case review. This can be at our Scottsdale office, by phone, or virtually with internet and webcam.
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Fraud Investigations for:
Discovery Detective Group
Info on other types of fraud:
Arizona Revised Statute, Title 13 Criminal Code, Chapter 23 Fraud, 13-2310 - Fraudulent schemes and artifices; classification;
A. Any person who, pursuant to a scheme or artifice to defraud, knowingly obtains any benefit by means of false or fraudulent pretenses, representations, promises or material omissions is guilty of a class 2 felony
Discovery has successfully investigated Nigerian, Gypsy, Russian, Terrorist fraud rings both in and out of country as well as regional auto fraud, ID theft rings and corporate white collar fraud.
Some fraud's involved e-bay clones, Western Union misdirect, auto fiance schemes, credit theft, credit creation, washing money orders and checks, Id theft, chop shops, intellectual property, counterfeit monies and goods.
A national bank procedure was implemented as a direct result from of one of our AZ based fraud investigations; Bank tellers taking a thumb print placed on the back of a check cashed, when the person cashing the check does not have an account with that bank.