Fraudulent Intention$

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Fiction - 360 pages
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Based on the true story of a corporate deal gone bad and the internal investigation that exposed a shocking online fraud. For SouthPoint Bank, its purchase of Internet Connections, or ICon, was a risky way to boost its stock price, and the deal was rushed so that the Chairman of SouthPoint could stay in power. For ICon, being acquired by SouthPoint was its last chance to cash in on the Internet boom, but the President of ICon was looking for more than money - he needed a way to escape a secret that ICon had been concealing through a conspiracy of fraud. After an insider's tip, SouthPoint launched a surprise internal investigation of ICon. When the investigators found a connection between ICon and the Russian Mafia, the investigation suddenly turned into a dangerous race against the clock to expose the fraud and to save SouthPoint from financial ruin. From Andorra in the Pyrenees Mountains to Antigua in the Caribbean Sea, Fraudulent Intention$ twists and turns around the shadowy world of online adult entertainment.
 

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Contents

PROLOGUE
CHAPTER ONE
1
CHAPTER TWO
7
CHAPTER THREE
17
CHAPTER FOUR
33
CHAPTER FIVE
55
CHAPTER SIX
63
CHAPTER SEVEN
95
CHAPTER TWELVE
185
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
233
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
239
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
253
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
259
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
287
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
303
CHAPTER NINETEEN
317

CHAPTER EIGHT
109
CHAPTER NINE
121
CHAPTER TEN
131
CHAPTER ELEVEN
175
CHAPTER TWENTY
333
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
341
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
347
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Scott Hilsen is a lawyer and a Certified Fraud Examiner who represents clients in connection with fraud investigations and litigation. He has been selected by Law and Politics as a Georgia Super Lawyer every year since 2005. He is the chair of the Forensic Accounting Advisory Board at Georgia Southern University, and he is a founder and Co-chair of the Securities and Corporate Litigation subsection of the Atlanta Bar Association.For more information, please visit scotthilsen.net

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