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.

paul@mccormackwrites.com

(404) 825 1040

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

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