Spotting and dealing with fraud in a condo building

Fraud in a condominium building can be devastating. The most common form of fraud in a condo building is theft by a board member who has the authority to sign checks. Risk is especially high when only one individual has access to association funds. Warning signs include refusal to produce documents and a change in an individual’s financial position. Residents may also complain that maintenance is not being handled even though they have been paying their assessments.      Read the article…………..


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