This week on Fraudish Dr Jay Albanese and I chat about the difference between male and female embezzlers, gambling, how smart people do stupid things, and much more!
Dr. Jay Albanese is a Professor & Criminologist in the Wilder School of Government & Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He was the first Ph.D. graduate from the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice.
Dr. Albanese has written and edited 20 books, 100+ articles and book chapters, and has made keynote and invited presentations in 25 countries.
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Michael Reddington, CFI-Vision and Influence, Episode 124
43:02This week on Fraudish Kelly chats with Michael Reddington, a CFI, to discuss how gender, age and culture impact interrogations. Also we touch on the books that have impacted his career. As Michaels says, the best leaders and the best interrogators capitalize on the same two core skills: vision and influence. The cognitive process that leads suspects to commit to saying “I did it”, employees to commit to saying “I’ll do it” and prospects to commit to saying “I’ll buy it” are essentially identical. Listen ahead for a great discussion with Michael! Links:Michael Reddington LinkedinMichael Reddington Twitterhttps://disciplinedlistening.com/I See What You're Saying PodcastBooks that Mike likes:DupedNonverbal Communication: Science and ApplicationsMemory-Enhancing Techniques for Investigative Interviewing
Fighting Fraud in the Government with Linda Miller, Founder & CEO, Audient Group, Episode 123
40:03This week on Fraudish, Kelly talks to Linda Miller, Founder & CEO, Audient Group, on how she got into finding and fighting fraud in the government. Linda talks about how she struggled past government bureaucracy to create a study and guide for how agencies should manage fraud risks that led to the writing of the Fraud Reduction and Data Analytics Act that was unanimously passed. She also discusses how she go a front row seat the the absolute perfect storm of fraud that happened during the pandemic. If you are interested in preventing fraud in the government then this is the episode for you! Links Mentioned: https://www.linkedin.com/in/miller-linda-s/https://audientgroup.com/https://www.oliverburkeman.com/https://frankonfraud.com/https://www.fincen.gov/suspicious-activity-reports-sarshttps://www.pandemicoversight.gov/
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The Fraud Guy, Peter Taylor, Episode 122
1:01:58This week on Fraudish Kelly speaks to Peter Taylor aka The Fraud Guy. Peter specializes in fraud risk and system improvement reviews, audits, training, events, articles, research, and investigation. Peter has wanted to work in fraud since he was 7 years old after watching some crime and fraud related TV shows! He began his career at the Greater Manchester Police and went on to be the Head of Fraud for Major Loss Adjusters. Please enjoy this episode where we talk all things fraud and ethics!
The Lord of Fraud with Claire Maillet Episode 121
31:22This week Kelly is joined from all the way across the pond with Claire Maillet, or as you may know her, "The Lord of Fraud." We discuss her stellar branding as a fraud professional and her journey to become the Lord of Fraud. If you are looking for how to improve your Linkedin presence, implement branding in your fraud professional life, and the presence of fraud in the Fintech space, then this is the episode for you! Connect with Claire on Linkedin.
Science Proves Kelly Right with Dr. David Weber, Episode 120
1:28:24This week on Fraudish Kelly is joined by Dr. David P. Weber, CFE, who recently defended his dissertation on the Severity of Embezzlement as Predicted by Demographic Variables, or as I call it, Pink Collar Crime. David and I chat all things about the demographic factors of embezzlement, how in todays world that truth may not be a popular one, and how we share the facts of embezzlement despite resistance. We also get into some places we have seen fraud in pop culture. Enjoy! Check out Dr. Weber's dissertation here. Perry Mason Show Bosch Show
Episode 119 Frank Perri, White Collar Criminals 101
1:04:37This week on Fraudish we are joined by Frank Perri, author of Red Collar White Collar Crime, we discuss how our perceptions of white collar crime may had been wrong this whole time. Tune in to learn about violent fraud offenders and how it's a myth that white collar criminals are the kinder criminal offenders.Show Notes:Red Collar White Collar Crime by Frank Perri Frank Perri LinkedinFrank Perri Youtube
Episode 118, Nathan Mueller, from Convicted Fraudster to Ethics Speaker
51:55This week on Fraudish we are joined by a convicted embezzler, Nathan Mueller, who has since become a sought-after speaker for Compliance and Ethics presentations. Nathan is a felon friend of Kelly's whose story is one to learn from. Don't miss out on this fascinating story of embezzlement, personal growth, and redemption!Nathan started as a CPA and after years of experience in the field he played a key role in transitioning his company's operations after being bought. He began embezzling money to pay off personal debt and fund a passion for gambling. What started as a $1,100 check to a credit card, spiraled into an $8.5 million fraud over the next four years. It was only a co-worker’s suspicions that brought the fraud to an end. After being caught, he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 97 months in federal prison. He was released in September of 2014.Show Notes:Nathan's LinkedinNathan's Website
Episode 117 Robert Kerbeck, Author, Actor, and ex-corporate spy
43:05You won't want to miss this chat about the world of high-finance, billion dollar deals, and of course, the secrets behind them. This week on Fraudish, Kelly talks with Robert Kerbeck, a professional actor who makes his real money lying on the phone, charming people into revealing their employers’ most valuable information. Kerbeck pursued acting after college, but to make ends meet, he began his apprenticeship as a corporate spy. Kerbeck became one of the world’s best practitioners of this deceptive—and illegal—trade. Listen along to learn more about the secretive trade! Show Notes:Robert Kerbeck Robert Kerbeck LinkedinRobert Kerbeck Twitter Ruse by Robert KerbeckMalibu Burning by Robert KerbeckArticle on Corporate spy life
Episode 116 Rae Baker, OSINT Analyst
41:57From Graphic Designer to OSINT Analyst, Rae Baker's career path has been a fascinating one. This week we get into open source intelligence, AI, sock puppets, and more! Rae Baker is an Osintcurious Project Executive Board Member, OSINT Lead with Operation Safe Escape. She is Maritime OSINT obsessed. From graphic design to OSINT expert. Rae’s career is so interesting. Show Notes:Rae Baker WebsiteRae Baker LinkedinRae Baker AI Sock puppet blogRae's TwitterExploring Maritime OSINTCaptain Phillips filmKase ScenariosKase Scenarios TwitterKase Scenarios LinkedinOSINT Curious Deep Dive: Exploring the Real-world Value of Open Source Intelligence
Episode 115 Dr. Steve Mintz, Ethics Sage
47:38This week on Fraudish I spoke with Professor Emeritus and Ethics Sage, Dr. Steve Mintz. We discussed all things accounting, ethics, whistleblowing and retaliation. Show Notes:Steve Mintz Linkedin Steve Mintz WebsiteMintz Linkedin UpdateSteve Mintz TwitterSteve Mintz BookGiving Voice to ValuesThe Ethics Expert YoutubeThe Ethics Expert Podcast