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Hi, I'm Dr. Fraud.

My mission is to help you

find your vulnerabilities to

reduce fraud opportunities.

I am the host of Dr Fraud TV, a media personality, speaker, trainer, professor and consultant. When I am not working, I love anything involving outdoor adventure, and am also the most sought after volunteer youth soccer coach in the world. 

I have spent an exciting 25 year international career helping organizations and people feel safer. From personal one on one training to large Fortune 500 corporate events and consultations, I love helping the public feel safer against fraud, scams and schemes. 

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Dr. Fraud TV

Host of Dr. Fraud TV

Join me as I explore history's most notorious scams! 

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Media

". . . few offer the relatable on-air presentation and real world experience of Dr. Fraud . . . he is the expert you need . . . "

-- Patrick Nelson-Sr. Invest. Reporter, KOAA 5 News 

". . . he is a fabulous interview who can easily break down complex topics . . . " 

-- Niccole Caan-Invest. Reporter, KENS 5 News

". . . he is one of the first experts I reach out to . . . he is one of my favorite people to work with in the industry . . . "

-- Patti Harman-Editor in Chief-Claims Magazine

Publications & Resources For You!

Estimates reveal that insurance fraud costs $80 billion per year—and that’s just in the United States of America. That translates into almost $1,000 annually per household.

Weak preventative controls and paltry punishments make insurance fraud particularly attractive to criminals, who often use it as their preferred vehicle for funding organized crime and terrorist activities.

J. Michael Skiba examines why insurance fraud is seen as a low-risk, high-reward offense and the toll it takes on society. He also highlights how criminological theory can be used in a counter fraud setting; how pressure, opportunity, and rationalization form the basis of insurance fraud; and how to identify where you’re most vulnerable.