About Paul McCormack

I help small, medium and large companies prevent, detect and investigate fraud. I have over 17 years of experience catching the “bad guys” (and gals). I am also a freelance writer.

I have conducted fraud investigations in a number of industries including banking, real estate, transportation, manufacturing and insurance. I have served my time in the trenches with SunTrust, Ernst & Young, Delta Air Lines, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Putnam Hayes & Bartlett. Throughout my career, I have assisted numerous federal, state and local law enforcement agencies including the F.B.I., D.E.A., and the Secret Service.


(404) 825 1040

P.S. You can also learn more about me by visiting my LinkedIn profile.


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