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Mileage Fraud: Too Common, But Easy to Address

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Mileage fraud is one of the most common forms of employee theft. A survey by Chrome River of 1,072 business travelers found that 35% of those who committed expense fraud did so by exaggerating the duration or cost of their business mileage.

In fact, according to the employees admitting to this behavior, mileage fraud is more common than these popular tricks:

-Rounding up tips and pocketing the difference (done by 29% of those who admitted to fraud)

-Inflating the cost of an item beyond true cost or policy limits (28%)

-Submitting expenses for canceled or returned purchases (10%)

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