We are Certified Fraud Examiners!

End Fraud Now is an anonymous way for employees to report internal theft, fraud and other activities that would cause a loss to your company, or subject you to legal exposure. We are able to supplement your company’s internal reporting process, providing another option for employees who might feel uncomfortable coming forward.

We provide an anonymous and confidential third-party reporting service for employees to report internal theft and other fraudulent activities.

Benefits of Joining End Fraud Now:

- Provide a confidential way to voice concerns

- Identify serious issues only

- Prevent unacceptable behavior

- Reduce losses from occupational fraud

- Reduce potential liability

- Demonstrate due diligence

Complaint Procedures covered by Sarbanes-Oxley
From Section 301 – Public Company Audit Committees (4) Complaints – Each audit committee shall establish procedures for:

- the receipt, retention and treatment of complaints regarding financial irregularities, and

- the confidential, anonymous submission by employees of concerns regarding questionable accounting or auditing matters

Protecting Whistleblowers:
Whistleblowers who report questionable accounting or auditing practices are protected by:

- Section 806, which gives employees the right to sue their employer for retaliation. After a charge had been filed by the U. S. Department of Labor, OSHA has 180 days to investigate and resolve the complaint. If whistleblowers are not satisfied with the resolution, they can sue.

- Section 1107, which provides for criminal penalties for retaliation by employers against whistleblowers, including up to ten years in prison.


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