The 8 Archetypes of Fraud Fighters

Which one are you?

Knowing your archetype provides insight into not just what you do best, but also who you are at your core and why you approach things in a certain manner.

Your archetype reveals your deeper motivations, perspectives, priorities, ideal processes, and innate personality traits. Embracing this professional identity allows you to play to your strengths, make strategic career decisions, build self-awareness, complement teams, and craft an authentic fraud-fighting self.

Knowing this provides self-understanding and confidence in applying your gifts.

The Virtuoso

Wildly creative thinker. Approaches cases from unorthodox angles and identifies complex connections that crack cases wide open.

The Scientist

Relies on data-driven analysis to pinpoint anomalies and patterns indicative of fraud. Precise and quantitative in their approach.

The Architect

Builds an intricate blueprint of strategy from fragments of data to reconstruct and protect what happened.

The Protector

Strong moral compass drives them to shield the vulnerable from exploitative crimes. Passionate about justice and supporting victims.

The Detective

Observant and insightful, picks up on subtle clues others miss. Uses logic and strategic questioning to unravel schemes. The classic meticulous investigator.

The Lone Wolf

Prefers working solo with minimal oversight. Independent and self-motivated. Does their best work alone.

The Bloodhound

Intense focus and persistence when trailing a hot red flag. Won't let up once they latch onto evidence.

The Psychologist

High emotional intelligence allows them to decipher behaviors and micro-expressions. Reads between the lines and identifies deceit.

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