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Fraud Investigator was asked...August 4, 2015

How do you detect fraud? What experience do you have?

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Worked in Houston, TX with a partner who has a detective agency; I'm a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and have worked in Houston, TX for years. Less

FRAUD FIGHTERS

Where wouldn't you like to live?

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And be ready to be on call 24/7. NO MATTER WHAT TIME TODD CALLS YOU. P.S. T does hate her job. Less

I don't know. I only consider places I would consider.

If you want the job, don’t say New York.

EY

Regular questions. Why E&Y? Why FIDs? Tell me about a time when you were working on something and thought everything was going well but at the last minute you realized that it was not going well, how did you approach the situation?

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At the moment no situation comes to mind. But in the past when I’m wrong. I do accept my mistake and try to correct when possible or go forward with the new information. It’s important to apologize when you know your wrong. No matter who it is, everyone must be treated with respect. Less

Since its investigation they want to see how you deal with failures and incorrect paths that you might take during your investigations. So be positive Less

Brilliant Earth

Tell me about a time you improved efficiency

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I chose to work unpaid on my case reports from home because I know that going the extra mile pays off. Being that reports are time-consuming and must be concise, this was a good way to save the agency time and money. Less

I chose to work unpaid on my case reports from home because I know that going the extra mile pays off. Being that reports are time-consuming and must be concise, this was a good way to save the agency time and money. Less

Bread Financial

Besides reading, give 5 things a book is used for

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I laughed. I thought it was a joke....it wasnt....

A weight, to hold something down; a lift, to raise something higher; on your head to practice balance; pressing dried flowers; if it's at my house - to collect dust :) Less

eTech360

What Experience did I have? How many years? What did I like about it? What didn't I like? Why did I want the job I epplied for?

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Didn't matter really....I dressed professionally, have an education and my qualifications far exceed what they need and appreciate. They want bodies to fill seats...They will fire you in a heartbeat and offer any excuse without any real explanation. Don't expect ANYTHING in writing Less

Claims Verification

If you are working a case with a fellow investigator and he/she shows up 20 minutes late, and they write in their report they were there on time, what would you do?

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Yes, I would inform my supervisor of the time error.

Los Angeles Metro

What would you do if your supervisor told you to look the other way?

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Supervisor was the one who asked the question and claimed there was "no one" above her. Good question and thought provoking. Less

Tesco Bank

Why do you want to work here

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Just researched the company and showed how their. Values related to me

Goldman Sachs

Do you like Apple Products?

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Yes! I love all of apple products and I have all of them except a MacBook. I’m saving up for one of those. Less

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