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Fraud and loss prevention

Each year, fraud, loss and counterfeiting are reckoned to cost the companies that fall victim to it more than €4 billion. Thefts of goods and equipment, and embezzlement of cash, are believed to account for up to 10% of the sales turnover of some of these companies. Corpguard can help you to deal with those matters, by providing evidence of the fellony and enabling legal action to be taken.

Any company may fall victim to fraud, loss and counterfeiting one day. From thefts of goods through to embezzlement of cash, via theft of equipment or supplies, shrinkage represents a scourge that is sometimes invisible but has enormous consequences: more than 4 billion euros’ worth of losses each year in France! (source : check point system study)

Providing evidence of theft from the company in order to initiate legal action

Whether it involves theft of products or equipment, fraud, loss, possibly accompanied by receiving or reselling stolen goods, your company will have to provide evidence of the fellony, if it is to initiate legal action. This means you will need to be accompanied by a solicitor and to rely on sound expertise in terms of information, investigation and adducing evidence.

CORPGUARD services to fight fraud, loss and counterfeiting

At CORPGUARD, we provide our clients with the means they need to fight fraud, loss and counterfeiting. Our support enables them to identify the causes and origins of such misbehavior. By analysing loss rates, we can define and confirm what will need to be done in order to adduce evidence of fraud, theft or loss.

We will provide you with intelligence gathering professionals who have an in-depth grasp of the human, financial and digital investigation techniques that will be used to compile the evidence needed to defend your interests.

The confidential intervention performed by our private investigators enables you to provide legal evidences of misconduct in a court.

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