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David Harris on Employee Theft and Fraud in Dental Offices – Episode 17

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The Dental Amigos were happy to host David Harris, Chief Executive Officer of Prosperident, the world’s largest firm investigating financial crimes committed against dentists.  In addition to being a good guy, David is a licensed private investigator, a CPA who is “dual certified” in fraud investigation and a tremendous resource for the dental industry.  Paul and Rob chatted with David Harris about employee theft and fraud in dental practices: “Needy Thieves v. Greedy Thieves,” the Fraud Triangle and the importance of the distinction between “Delegation” and “Abdication” in dental practices.

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