A Typical Case of Dental Embezzlement



You probably have heard the statistics, and they are not good. 

3 out of every 5 dentists end up being embezzled.
We can do better!

The American Dental Association reported in their 2018 Survey on Employee Theft in the Dental Practice that:

  • 49% of dentists reported being embezzled
  • 46% reported being embezzled more than once.

Since 2004, I have conducted hundreds of fraud examinations and forensic audits for dentists and that experience tells me that the incidence of embezzlement is much higher due to under-reporting.

Most experts agree that at least 60% of dentists are embezzled during their career.

In this course, I will share my secrets from decades of experience.

  • Hiltz’s Axiom – how much can an embezzler steal and go unnoticed?
  • What are the most common embezzlement schemes?
  • Lewin’s Equation – what this equation means, and why it is an important tool to identify dishonest behaviors.
  • How to understand and diagnose embezzlement Red Flags
  • plus much more!

What You'll Learn

  • 1 (Course Intro) Typical Case
  • 2 (Lesson) Hiring an Embezzler
  • 3 (Lesson) Gaining Familiarity and Trust
  • 4 (Lesson) Encouragement and Confidence
  • 5 (Lesson) Getting Caught or Quitting
  • 6 (Lesson) Restitution and Prosecution
  • 7 (Lesson) Dishonesty Leaves Clues
  • 8 (Bonus) Techniques of Neutralization
  • 9 (Quiz) A Typical Case