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Business Fraud Prevention, Inc., is a registered 501c3

Fraud Prevention Programs

Small Organizations

  • Free Small Business Fraud Prevention Seminars and Webinar
  • Presentations Include Internal Control Training
  • Internal Control Setup Grant Services
  • Internal Control Audit Grant Services
  • Resources for small businesses on fraud prevention


  • Free Elder Fraud Seminars and Webinars
  • Elder Financial Review Grant Services
  • Resources for Elders on scams and elderly financial abuse

Upcoming Events

We are currently working on our 2023 schedule. To sponsor a free fraud prevention seminar, please contact us directly.

Free Small Business Fraud Prevention and Internal Control Training Webinar presented by Business Fraud Prevention, Inc.

Sponsored by Independent Financial – Free Small Business Fraud Prevention and Internal Control Training Webinar  Register Here

Fraud Prevention Seminars

Small Business Fraud and Internal Control Seminars and Webinars providing training to help reduce occupational fraud. Our speakers have provided fraud prevention seminars to KREX TV, SCORE, Chamber of Commerce, The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, CPA’s and Banks to name a few.

Elder Fraud Prevention Seminars

Elder fraud prevention training seminars including commons scams along with financial abuse by a caregiver.

Internal Control Review and Examination

If your organization is suffering from an unknown cash flow issue and you can’t afford to hire a professional for an internal control review and examination, apply for a BFP grant service to receive an Internal Control Audit and Internal Control Setup. Grants offer free or reduced fee services paid through donations, sponsorship and grants.

Elder Fraud Examinations

Elder financial abuse reviews are provided on an emergency basis in order to prevent further loss to the victim.  These free services are provided by our donors and grants.

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Fraud Cases in the News

Caregiver charged with forgery, identity theft and financially exploiting a senior

Theresa Schmanek, 57, of Philadelphia charged at the Township Police Department on November 15th, 2022 for financial exploitation of an 87 year old woman. Read Full Story

Caregiver is indicted for stealing $300k

Sherry Lynn Smith Miami, Florida – A federal indictment unsealed in the Southern District of Florida charges the caretaker of two seniors with accessing to their bank accounts to steal nearly $300,000. Read Full Story

Former Director of the Arc charged with Embezzlement

Kimberly Hommerding, forming Director of the Arc charged with Embezzlement  Read Full Story

Fort Collins Accountant charged with allegedly stealing money from clients

Meredith Kanter, owner of Freelance Bean Counter LLC, charged with allegedly embezzling over $270,000 from two non-profit clients.  Read Full Story

Client Testimonials

  • Dear Julie, This is to thank you and Michelle Kooi for the excellent presentation you provided on SCORE's behalf for the American Association of Birthers National Conference in Denver on September 2nd. Although SCORE boasts over 13,000 volunteers nationwide in 364 Chapters and 100 in the Denver Chapter, I could not find as qualified and experienced speakers on fraud protection for small business in the Denver area as you two are. The feedback from the audience of small business practitioners was very complimentary and appreciative. They particularly valued that you focused your remarks on the small business part of the enormous healthcare industry.  The way you organized the presentation was effective with you highlighting the risks and problems for small business health providers and Michelle following with practical solutions.  You both are skillful in handling questions from the audience and you are good speakers. I hope we are fortunate enough to use you again and I reiterate my invitation for you to join SCORE. With your experience as a small business woman and your expertise in Fraud protection, you would be a wonderful addition to our Chapter.

    Jack Scott Chair, SCORE Denver