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Digging for Disclosure: Tactics for Protecting Your Firm’s Assets from Swindlers, Scammers, and Imposters by Joelle Scott, Kenneth S. Springer

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5. Sometimes, You Just Gotta Ask

As we all know, there is often more than one side to any given story. Many inquiries will uncover information that requires more clarification than what can be interpreted from a public record document. Clarification can come from a variety of different sources, and most of the time the clarification is achieved by contacting appropriate individuals. The people we talk to include references, former business associates, vendors or customers, regulatory authorities, attorneys on both sides, former law enforcement officials, or even, when warranted, the subjects themselves. While you can interview the subject yourself, it is often more beneficial when professionals like us conduct the interview and serve as impartial, ...

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