Aviva Canada found about half the expenses submitted for repairs in Ontario were bogus
Fleet cards continue to change along with the times
Bribery and kickback scheme involved military aircraft parts sold to Boeing
Keynote speaker Amanda Lang asks us to ask “why?”
Let’s say you’re buying a car. The salesperson photocopies your registration, but it comes out on the wrong size paper. He tosses that copy into a blue bin and photocopies your registration again. What do you do?
As useful as fleet cards can be in allowing drivers to purchase fuel on the go, they can expose companies to several types of fraud. One is theft from organized criminals who have caught on to the fact that most…