How Financially Fit is Your Nonprofit Organization?

  • According to the 2017 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey, 74% of organizations were victims of payment fraud in 2016. Is your organization protected against fraud? 
  • Checks and wire transfers continue to be frequently targeted payment methods for fraud. FBI's Internet Crime Center (IC3) reported that phishing e-mails eliciting wire transfers are a top threat, higher than reported losses from ransomware and other direct financial losses.
    How does your organization receive funds and post payments?
  • Have you reviewed your current procedures and controls to ensure your organization has practices in place to protect and keep its cash flow working at its best?

Free Financial Check-up from Dollar Bank!

Dollar Bank can assist your nonprofit organization with enhancing security, fraud protection, efficiency and more with our free financial check-up. As part of a financial check-up, we offer:

  • Onsite security risk review
  • Diagnosis and recommendations for a fraud protection plan
    • Insufficient financial processes, policies and technical controls leave employees susceptible to scams that coerce them into transferring money to malicious attackers
  • Products and services to protect against and reduce fraud
  • Onsite lunch & learn security sessions 
  • Onsite financial wellness seminars
  • Onsite review with recommendations of cash flow system and process enhancements
    • Offerings to employees for direct deposit of payroll and expense reimbursements
    • Payment choices for vendors to speed up collections
    • Monthly statement reconciling of accounts
    • Segregation of funds through the use of escrow accounts, grant reporting and more

Click here for a sample onsite review questionnaire.

Call 1-800-438-0270 today to schedule your financial check-up!

 

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