Magazine article Business Credit

NACM's Asset Protection Group Partners with Klausner Dubinsky & Associates, P.C. to Attack Business Credit Fraud

Magazine article Business Credit

NACM's Asset Protection Group Partners with Klausner Dubinsky & Associates, P.C. to Attack Business Credit Fraud

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The Asset Protection Group (APG) of the National Association of Credit Management (NACM), has partnered with the forensic accounting firm of Klausner Dubinsky & Associates, P.C., Bethesda, Maryland, to provide a full range of fraud analysis and prevention tools to members and other businesses affected by business credit fraud.

The APG maintains a centralized clearinghouse for information on business credit fraud and other unusual situations that arise when one business entity requests credit from another. APG has long provided members with a full suite of fraud prevention tools including investigative services, fraud prevention education, auto alerts on pending/current fraudulent activity and a comprehensive, searchable database of independently verified fraudulent entities. Over the years, APG has helped saved its members millions of dollars by alerting them of business frauds in progress--before products are ever shipped. Manufacturers and distributors, in particular, derive benefit from belonging to this active network of credit professionals.

The partnership with Klausner Dubinsky & Associates, P.C. (KDA) will provide NACM-APG members with access to services including forensic accounting, recovery of assets and pursuit of alleged fraud perpetrators under a negotiated rate structure. KDA has been behind some of the largest fraud investigations in the country. As forensic accountants, KDA analyzes and proves fraudulent activity, and works in tandem with legal counsel to recover assets and bring final resolution to both internal and external corporate fraud investigations. …

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