Here are some of the red flags
to watch out for when choosing a spouse:
Studies by Murcia, Borba and Schiehll (2008), and by Reina, Nascimento and Reina (2008) discuss red flags
to detect fraud in financial statements, and the role of independent auditors, responsible for issuing the auditing report on financial statements, in minimizing these occurrences.
Here are my top employer red flags
, how credit unions can avoid raising them when interviewing candidates, and what candidates can do if they spot one while sitting in the interview hot seat.
Some related red flags
include the insured purchasing insurance from an agent who is located far from where the insured lives or works, if the policy coverages seem unusual for the age and model of the car, or if the loss date is near the beginning or end of a policy period.
Cahill's guide cuts to the chase by pointing out seventeen potential "Condo Red Flags
Fraud Prevention and Detection: Warning Signs and the Red Flag
As part of its red flag
policy program, the firm will be required to appropriately respond to identity theft red flags
, which could include monitoring a covered account for evidence of identity theft and notifying law enforcement when appropriate.
The more changes in employees' behavior demonstrating the characteristics and red flags
discussed here, the greater the likelihood the changes are related to fraudulent behavior.
13 NHBR), Dan's small engine repair shop was the type of business to which the red flags
rule would apply.
31 before the Federal Trade Commission is set to begin enforcing the Red Flags
The Red Flags
Rule defines a creditor as any entity with covered accounts that regularly extends, renews or continues credit; any entity that regularly arranges for the extension, renewal or continuation of credit; or any assignee of an original creditor that is involved in the decision to extend, renew or continue credit.
The Red Flags
Rule was developed under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, in which Congress directed the FTC and other agencies to develop regulations requiring "creditors" and "financial institutions" to address the risk of identity theft.
The Red Flags
rule requires businesses and organizations that handle consumers' personal data to create written plans and policies to prevent and detect consumer identity theft.
suspicious circumstances or documentation that suggest possible identity theft by a customer or patient--and must also develop procedures for responding to any red flags
The reference expands on some of the material outlined in the first Red Flags
and provides advice on appropriate investigations and a strong clinical focus with the inclusion of multiple case histories of patients with serious pathology of the spine.