“Just Ask the Guy” Not Always a Futile Fraud Detection Method

Boonlomp Soonthornchai handled trustee, executor and accounting services as a partner at Yount, Hyde and Barbour in Middleburg, Virginia.
 
In 2004, he began depositing client funds into his personal accounts, concealing the "the source of the money in his personal ledger." He then admitted to the embezzlement, "[w]hen confronted by firm board members and attorneys."
 
Boonlomp Soonthornchai, you are no Frank DiPascali
 
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