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CON Ron Stebelton pleaded guilty to filing 4 false tax returns. The victim was the IRS. But the $40K in taxes I tried to cheat the IRS out of didnít just victimize the IRS, it victimized many innocent people in my life.......
 

Ron Stebelton

In December of 2011, I pleaded guilty to filing 4 false tax returns. The victim was the IRS. But the $40K in taxes I tried to cheat the IRS out of didnít just victimize the IRS, it victimized many innocent people in my life.

Ron Stebelton had it all and lost it all. Why?

 

 
 
CON Amy Wilson stole $350,000 to solve a family emergency. ďIíll pay it back.Ē Starting small it grew over time. Now she speaks to inmates, at church and to help CPAs understand how and why trusted employees go bad.......
 

Amy Wilson

stole $350,000 to solve a family emergency. ďIíll pay it back.Ē Starting small it grew over time. Now she speaks to inmates, at church and to help CPAs understand how and why trusted employees go bad.

Deceit, Lies and Embezzlement

 

 
 
CON Chuck Gallagher decided to embezzle his clients' trust funds. Convicted of embezzlement and tax evasion, Gallagher served an 18 month Federal prison sentence then three years of probation. .......
 

Chuck Gallagher

FRAUD: Deception Methods - Detection Methods

Temptation and Fraud - Internal Control Methods that Reduce Opportunity

Choices: Negative Consequences / Positive Results

Ethical Decision Making and Internal Controls

Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Fraudster? Lessons from an Honest Person Turned Felon

 

 
 
CON Walt Pavlo As a senior manager at MCI, and with a meritorious employment history, Mr. Pavlo was responsible for the billing and collection of nearly $1 billion in monthly revenue for MCI’s carrier finance division. .......
 

Walt Pavlo

After Serving Time, Executives Now Serve Up Advice  

- by CHRISTOPHER S. STEWART
in The New York Times
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Embezzling from MCI easy, ex con says

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By Joe Napsha

in the TRIBUNE-REVIEW... More

 
CON Dunlap Cannon was once the most successful real estate attorney in his home town. He also stole $5 million.
 

After 3+ years in prison, he now shares how he fooled all the people who were responsible for protecting his clients money. Learn how he used 'plausible' and 'complex' answers to fool all those around him. Over 80% of all frauds and embezzlements fall apart when something happens that the con can't anticipate. Find out how an ice storm did him in.

Contact Gary Zeune today at 614-761-8911 or email to book Dunlap and make your event a success. ... More

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CON Mark Morze committed the most infamous fraud of the 1980's, the ZZZZ Best Carpet Cleaning fraud.

Morze created 10,000+ phony documents, and no one caught it. He teaches his course Fraud: Taught by the Perpetrator many times each year for the Federal Reserve, bar associations, Institute of Internal Auditors, CPA and law firms.

Public speaking does seem to benefit the speakers. Guys in Gary's group are dealing better than other white-collar criminals, says Mark Morze, one of Mr. Zeune's speakers, who served more than four years in jail for his role in ZZZZ Best Co., the carpet-cleaning enterprise that bilked banks and investors for some $100 million back in the 1980s. Guys who are in denial pay the price forever, Mr. Morze says. Source: The Wall Street Journal, May 25, 1999, p. B1

Contact Founder Gary Zeune at 614-761-8911 or email  to find out how Mark Morze can protect your business from unscrupulous cons.

Mark's Bio

Ex-Con Tells How Auditors Failed to Help Clients Guard Against Fraud

Testimonial from CPA firm Beard Miller

 
CON Nick Wallace committed a $350 Million fraud for which he spent 6+ years in prison. His fraud bankrupted 69 S&Ls, and sent a CPA to prison.

After the president died, Wallace took over ESM Government Securities. When the books wouldn't balance, he delayed turning in the company to regulators for several weeks while debating what to do. He now shares how he went to prison for his miscalculation.

Nick was an all-American boy. He worked for NASA, lived all over the world and was an investment banker on Wall Street. Then he joined ESM in Miami to make BIG money trading government bonds. Even though not a dime was stolen (it was all cooking the books), two people committed suicide as a result of this fraud.

Contact Founder Gary Zeune at 614-761-8911 or email  to find out how Nick can protect your business.

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CON Dave London was the CEO of a bank, making $300,000. So why did he embezzle $405,000? Why does a man 'living his dream' risk it all? Could we succumb to the same temptation.

Most financial institutions have encountered people who, in debt over their heads, commit an illegal act to get out of their situations. But it's a whole new ball game when the criminal is CEO of the institution. The narrator of this story was a highly respected CEO of a bank that was considered to be among the safest in the US. But.....

When it's one of your own a first-person account of Fraud Inside A Bank

   
FRAUD HAPPENS : How an honest employee crossed the line - by Teri lyn Norwood [ Published in White - Collar Crime Fighter Magazine , November 2003 ] She was a guest on Montel Williams representing The Pros & The Cons

I'm beginning to feel as though my time spent in prison wasn't completely wasted. While I was incarcerated for 13 months of a two-year sentence for embezzlement, I knew I had to take this experience, turn it around and use it to create a positive and productive future for myself and others.

My First and only crime of embezzlement of about 18000 from McClellan Equipment, Inc. in Hanford, CA continued from about September 1998 to January 1999, until a bank-processing employee finally caught me.

Fraud experts have told me that most employee frauds are committed when one or more elements of the "Fraud Triangle" apply to an individual. Those elements are financial pressure... rationalization... and opportunity.... More

Contact Founder Gary Zeune at 614-761-8911 or email  to find out how Teri can protect your business.

FRAUD HAPPENS : How an honest employee crossed the line















 

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