Fraud Careers

fraud career

Interested in a fraud career? Fraud fighting has become its own industry. I’ve spent my entire career in it and have never regretted that decision. Given the global explosion of fraudulent activity, it’s a rewarding and interesting career with endless international possibilities.

Fraud Career Consultation

If you’re interested in a fraud career or investigations profession, but don’t know who to talk to about it, how to get started, or where to get the information you need to make educated and informed decisions or choices about your future, contact us.

Individuals ask us about fraud careers so often that we’ve developed guidelines for the types of background information you should consider when starting your fraud career. While this is not part of our business to business solutions services, there is a real void in our industry in this area.

Contact us with the following information, which will help us assess your particular situation and return the kind of insightful professional career information you need:

Name:
Age:
Professional experience:
Professional interests:
Educational background:
City where you reside:

Provide as much detail about yourself as you feel comfortable with in order for us to share relevant fraud career information and professional insights with you. We try to respond to career inquiries as quickly as possible, but in the event you do not get immediate feedback from us, please be patient. We’ll get back to you at our first opportunity! Our career consultations are completely confidential.

Our initial consultation is offered at no charge and provided as a free service to those interested in entering the profession, transitioning to other areas of the fraud profession, or fraud academics.

Note: Fraud Solutions does not offer job placement service (i.e. we’re not headhunters). We’ve successfully consulted with those interested in getting entry level jobs in the fraud industry, those making the transition from law enforcement to the private sector, and those with experience interested in progressing to higher levels within their careers or industries.

Resources for Fraud Career Assistance

For more information on a full range of consultative fraud career services and professional development strategies including professional mentoring, career transitioning, career mapping, professional development planning, customized resume writing and cover letters tailored for specific types of industry positions, please contact us for further professional development and career assistance.

To learn about successfully transitioning from law enforcement to the private sector,  feel free to contact us for a copy of the article written by Dan Draz, “The Top Ten Steps Law Enforcement Personnel Should Take To Ensure Success When Transitioning To The Private Sector.” The article was originally published by the federal news site (fedsmith.com) but is no longer available from their site online.

For more information on professional designations, certifications and advanced education, see the article written by Daniel Draz titled:“Professional Designations and Certifications – Value Add… or Value Bad?”