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Small Businesses: Targets of Deception
Originally published in the May 2013 issue of Business Credit magazine, a publication of The National Association of Credit Management.

Of the many ways for a company to be robbed, some are more harmful than others. While outright shoplifting and theft, sometimes referred to euphemistically as "shrinkage", occurs in nearly every industry, stealing from a business is all the more painful when it loses its precious customers or dollars through deception. This deception takes many forms, but increasingly, the type of fraud causing small businesses the most damage is business identity theft.

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