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Fraudish

Kelly Paxton

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Fraudish is a podcast to help those working in fraud. Hosted by Kelly Paxton, Certified Fraud Examiner, Private Investigator, and Pink Collar Crime Expert. Kelly is a former special agent turned investigator specializing in embezzlement and workplace dishonesty cases. Fraudish interviews outstanding fraud professionals so you can continue to move forward in your career. Origin stories, tips, resources are just some of the amazing fraud content you will hear each Tuesday.
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Friday Fraudster

Kelly Paxton, Jo Erven, Robert Berry

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We are three friends discussing fraud on Fridays. We take a few news stories, talk about lessons learned and try to educate people that fraud can happen to anyone. Kelly Paxton is the Pink Collar Crime guru. Look it up. It’s not what you think. Jo Erven is the culture queen. She addresses cultural issues in organizations. Robert Berry is the process guy. He helps you clean up broken processes. Join us for a fun fraud experience. Is that an oxymoron? Reach out to us... Kelly Paxton https://ke ...
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"It takes a village to be ethical." This week on Fraudish, Kelly has on Dr. Steven Mintz for a second time to dig in deeper on the pressing issues happening at Boeing and beyond. If you have plans to be on a plane, this is a must listen. Show notes: Boeing putting profits ahead of safety https://www.amiflyingonaboeing.com/ Ethics Sage Dr. Steven Mi…
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A crossover episode with Alex Solorzano, host of Lurking in the Fog, a podcast about crime! I love her description of the podcast: The podcast in which we dive deep into the crimes and evils that inhabits the world we live in. Our goal is to showcase how crime affects businesses day-to-day operations. From something as simple as accidentally settin…
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This week on Fraudish Kelly speaks with the Ethical Hacker himself, Mishaal Khan, who provides much needed and actionable information about all things privacy and protection. Freeze your credit, use a password manager and use multi-factor authentication straight away. Crime as a service is a real thing. This is a must listen episode! Links: https:/…
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In the movies it seems like all of the cyber experts and criminals are stereotypical, nerdy men behind laptops. But is that really the case? This week on Fraudish Kelly speaks to Amber Schroader aka Wonder Woman. Amber shares all about justice, adaptability, patterns and so much more. Where is the grey? It is the intent. This is another amazing epi…
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Did you know that you could untangle spaghetti for a living? Ok, well not exactly. But Lorraine Aho is the Chief Spaghetti Untangler of the Fraud world where she untangles the spaghetti of theft and embezzlement. Lorraine Aho is an Expert Witness, CPA and Certified Fraud Examiner with over 20 years experience as a fraud investigator and forensic ac…
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Whistleblowers are incredibly important for our society and more specifically for fraud professionals so this episode of Fraudish is all about whistleblowing with two experts on the subject. In this episode of Fraudish, Kelly speaks to Sarah Carver and Jennifer Griffith, The Whistleblower Duet of the largest Social Security disability scheme. Have …
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What do you think of when you hear the word fraud? Correct answer: Fun! Just kidding! But our guest this week on Fraudish isn't cause she makes fraud fun! Kelly speaks with the French Detective aka Emmanuelle Welch on all things fraud! In this episode they cover FOIA, characteristics of french embezzlers (think palm trees and fast cars), OSINT, AI …
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This week on Fraudish Kelly speaks to Jim Vogt about Fraud and Pop Culture and guess what? He teaches a class with an assignment of "At the Movies?" Make sure to check out the Fraud Leadership Summit to dive deep into the realm of fraud prevention with 12 of the industry's most respected experts. Happening Thursday, March 28th! Book here: Fraud Lea…
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Sophia Carlton, CFE returns to Fraudish! Sophia was one of the OGs in Great Women in Fraud appearing in episode 3. Are you just getting into the professional area of fraud? Or are you a bit lost in where to go? This is the episode for you! Kelly and Sophia talk all about finding your path and the ways you can find your niche in the fraud space. Sop…
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Have you ever been under a lie detector? Well if you've met this week's guest, then you have been under a Human Lie Detector! This week on Fraudish Kelly speaks with her friend Nejolla Korris who is an international expert in the field of Linguistic Lie Detection and Cybersecurity - Social Engineering and Social Media Risk. In the episode we get in…
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Have you every felt like a big fool after you got taken advantage of? Haven't we all! But don't worry because there are reasons for why we are all fooled and what we can do to prevent it. This week on Fraudish Kelly speaks with Dan Simons and Chris Chabris who are experts in why and how people are fooled and how to prevent it. Chris and Dan have wr…
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Do you wake up at night in cold sweats worried you are going to be audited? Well our guest this week on Fraudish is here to make sure that auditor is the best they can be. This week on Fraudish, Kelly is delighted to be joined by her friend Robery Berry aka That Audit Guy. Robert Berry helps auditors become awesome through kick butt training course…
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Have you been interviewing for jobs recently and noticed the "Hunger Games Hiring" environment of today? Or have you been out of the job hunt for a long time but you're curious about how its changed in recent history? This Fraudish episode is full of insights on interviews and hiring and lots of fun! Nora Buns is the Undercover Candidate and she re…
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This week on Fraudish, Kelly speaks with Brian Watson, who has decades of experience in financial crimes. Most recently, he has transitioned into non-profit work in preventing elder financial scams and abuse. If you have an elder loved one, this episode is especially important, as we discuss how to prevent and report financial crimes against the el…
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You MUST read this book by this week's guest, Zeke Faux. Number Go Up is a fantastic read for all things crypto. Zeke takes us through the various parts of crypto from APE parties to Southeast Asia and of course SBF aka Sam Bankman Fried. I can't believe this is his first book. Show notes: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zekefaux/ https://twitter.com/Z…
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As the year of 2023 is coming to a close I wanted to say thank you to all of my listeners and give you plenty of content and resources to look at as we move into a new year. I look forward to more of Fraudish in 2024! Send me a message with what your favorite episode was this year and let me know any fraud resources you love. Happy Holidays and a H…
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This week Kelly speaks with Christina Lekati, Social Engineering Security Specialist, Open-Source Intelligence Analyst, BlackHat Trainer, and Keynote Speaker. We zoomed "across the pond" all the way to Germany to speak with Christina about all things OSINT and the real repercussions of fraud on innocent (and not so innocent) people. Links: https://…
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On this week's episode of Fraudish, Kelly speaks with Austin Harris, CFE and CFCI, who got into the fraud world by accident. Austin, like Kelly, started his career in law enforcement and stumbled into the world of financial crimes and fraud. Austin is passionate about preventing fraud and helping the victims of fraud. Show notes: Connect with Austi…
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Dr. Emily Homer, ACFE, returns to Fraudish for an update on her career, projects with the ACFE and so much more related to fraud and criminology. Listen to the full episode for some valuable points on legal treatment of white collar criminals, the real impact of financial crime, and how we use pop culture to teach fraud. Dr. Homer is a graduate of …
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This week on Fraudish we hear from Kathy Enstron, Director of Investigations-Moore Tax Law Group, on her different career moves in the fraud space. Kathy had a 26 year career as a federal law enforcement officer for IRS-CI. Take a listen to her amazing career and pivot to the defense side. She was the first woman to lead the Chicago IRS CI. Now she…
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An incredibly important and relevant discussion regarding sex/human trafficking from an expert in sex trafficking. A 25 year career at the Phoenix Police Department. Heidi now provides actionable, relevant training for many industries and professionals. Links: Heidi Chance on Linkedin Chance Consulting Sex Trafficking in America Human Trafficking C…
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This week on Fraudish Kelly chats with Diana Ngo on all things business intelligence, deal intelligence for mergers and acquisitions, and how intelligence is essential for when things in business and deal making goes wrong. We also chat about why Diana is happy she didn't become a lawyer and how cultural differences impact investigations. Enjoy the…
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This week on Fraudish we hear from Rob Gardner of Robert Gardner and Associates who specialize in public records and helping Forensic Accountants and Consultants find where the paper trail ends. Listen to this episode to learn more about how to find and utilize public records in investigations. Rob is here to help us be better fraud professionals! …
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This 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 suspect…
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This 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 A…
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This 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 Man…
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This 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 pr…
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This 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 ho…
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This 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 Cr…
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This 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 an…
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You 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 af…
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From 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 …
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This 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 Website Mintz Linkedin Update Steve Mintz Twitter Steve Mintz Book Giving Voice to Values The Ethics Expert Youtube The Ethics Expert Podcast…
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This week on Fraudish I speak to Lisa Verdon, an Economist who specializes in auto finance fraud. Lisa has extensive theoretical and practical experience in the fields of statistics, econometrics, and financial analysis. Lisa works at PointPredictive. PointPredictive powers trust in lending utilizing powerful and unique Artificial Intelligence, Mac…
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This week on Fraudish I allowed a lawyer on the show to chat all things trust. Imagine that! Dr. Yoram Solomon is THE Trust Expert and we discussed trust, gut instinct, ethical bars, relative trust, and much more. Dr. Yoram Solomon is an Author of The Book of TRUST and host of The TRUST Show podcast. He has published a total of 16 books, 9 patents,…
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This week on Fraudish Lena Sisco and I discuss all things spies! Lena is a TV expert in deceptive analysis and interrogation, author of “Honest Answers” and “You’re Lying,” keynote speaker, trainer specializing in human behavior, truth and deceptive analysis, enhanced communication, elicitation, counter-elicitation and questioning techniques. Sign …
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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 …
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Eric Vento is a board certified Certified Protection Professional through ASIS International and is globally known as a senior security leader who thrives on stakeholder engagement, vision casting, and empathetic leadership. Eric is a passionate people manager who loves to develop, mentor, coach, and lead others. 60+ Linkedin recommendations attest…
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Author of Private Eye Confidential: Stories from a Real PI. Mike became an investigator after a career in journalism. His stories are engaging, informative and fun to hear. Over the years, Mike has performed these many high level PI services for clients including surveillance, witness interviews, photography and video documentation, and records and…
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Tracy finds you the money! She practices exclusively in the area of forensic accounting. Her work falls into three categories: 1. Fraud investigation - Cases of embezzlement, financial statement fraud, investment fraud, insurance fraud, white collar criminal defense. 2. Family law and divorce - Lifestyle analysis to quantify the need for support or…
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