Should auditors have been able to detect fraud?
Expert says invoices should have led to suspicion
DIXON – The hundreds of fake invoices Rita Crundwell used to steal millions in city funds left more than enough clues to detect fraud, a collegiate expert says.
Those phony bills, passed off as being from the Illinois Department of Transportation, lacked the agency’s logo and its phone number. The word “section” was misspelled, and the fonts used were different than the real invoices submitted by the IDOT.
The fake invoices also were made out for large, even amounts.
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