Jodi Lee Nazir, former Rancho Cucamonga, California real estate agent was located in Manhattan, New York and arrested on April 6, 2010, by US Marshals as a fugitive from justice, on an outstanding felony warrant for embezzlement of funds from her Rancho Cucamonga company's Escrow Trust Account. Nazir will be held without bail in New York until extradition proceedings are completed. Nazir will then be transported back to San Bernardino County where she will be held on $1,500,000 bail until trial.
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When we believe in the existence of fraud could affect us individually, more will then start taking active steps, every day, to combat against it. It may be an everyday battle, but the longer we fight the stronger we get, and once something becomes a habit the less difficult it is to achieve; and the harder it is to forget.
It is important to note that institutions don't commit fraud, companies don't commit fraud - people commit fraud.
We must be vigilant against fraud, recognizing its signs and taking proactive, definite, and realistic steps to not only prevent it but also punish it.
It starts with me.
It starts with you.
It starts with us...