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Multiple Choice Questions:
1. Which of the following does the principle of reverse proof say about proving fraud?
a. All reasonable fraud schemes must be considered.
b. All reasonable fraud schemes must be eliminated.
c. All reasonable explanations for the apparent fraud must be ruled out.
d. None of the above.

2. After an initial assessment, a good general rule is to:
a. Thoroughly investigate all suspected frauds.
b. At least partially investigate all suspected frauds.
c. Investigate some suspected frauds.
d. None of the above.

3. The primary objective in a fraud investigation should be to:
a. Stop the fraud from continuing.
b. Make an example of the fraudster.
c. Punish the fraudster.
d. All of the above are possible primary objectives.

4. A good general rule is that individual fraudsters are:
a. Not deterred by prosecutions.
b. The primary focus of law enforcement offices that specialize in economic crimes.
c. Almost always flamboyant persons.
d. None of the above.

5. Which of the following statements is most correct?
a. Most frauds are reported to authorities but are not prosecuted.
b. Most frauds are not reported to authorities and are not prosecuted.
c. Most frauds are reported to authorities and are prosecuted.
d. None of the above statements is correct.

6. In the absence of a confession, which of the following is true about the fraud investigator’s report?
a. Should not point to a guilty person.
b. Usually points to a guilty person.
c. Sometimes points to a guilty person.
d. Almost always points to a guilty person.

7. According to the chapter, one important element to include in an engagement letter is:
a. A mediation or arbitration requirement.
b. A reasonable retainer fee.
c. A prepaid expenses account.
d. None of the above.



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