It’s a great day. The sun is shining, the birds are singing and you just bought a brand new Thingamajing 3000. You come home and eagerly rip it out of its packaging and then you notice a small slip of paper fall out of the box and onto the floor. You pick it up and
Offering a big rebate can get consumer attention, but not always in a good way. Rebate fraud can pose major problems for brands trying to move out old stock of products, gain momentum for something new or simply expand a revenue stream.
If you are familiar with our e-book, Fraud: The Most Overlooked Opportunity, you are aware that 360 Incentives has put a lot of energy into researching opportunities to help our clients improve the efficiency of their incentive spend. A massive opportunity in most companies is in the area of fraudulent claim reduction and the e-book
Upon reading Kevin Martin’s article, 7 Ways To Cut Incentive Fraud yesterday, I was reminded of a handy checklist we created for a talk I gave to some Deloitte auditors a few months ago. It’s called the Auditor’s Promotion Checklist. Internally, we refer to it as the line auditor’s cheat sheat, and it’s just a handy way