Fresno, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/07/2016 -- Acknowledging the inherent difficulty in addressing an act of fraud only recently discovered to have taken place over a decade ago, Ian Leaf has announced the release of a new publication elucidating the most effective strategies for dealing with such an issue. Leaf, a tax expert specializing in fraud and identity theft prevention, has repeatedly stressed that swift action in response to evidence of fraud is always best but nonetheless indicated that there are effective solutions available for acts of fraud uncovered after more than 10 years have gone by.
"While it's important to note that it is undeniably difficult to rectify an act of fraud or an instance of identity theft after so much time has passed, it is certainly not a lost cause by any means," said Leaf. "There are a number of effective solutions available to those who have been victimized and it is possible to ensure that the negative consequences stemming from being victimized by fraud can be entirely reversed."
In the publication now available on his website, Leaf outlines a number of specific strategies for use in circumstances in which the fraudulent activity has occurred more than 10 years before. Leaf also provides specialized strategies according to specific kinds of fraudulent behavior and offers insight and guidance on some of the damaging and deceptive tactics commonly employed over a decade ago. Leaf also makes clear that it is a mistake to fail to address an issue of fraud simply because it occurred so long ago while simultaneously continuing to underscore the importance of continued vigilance in preventing further instances of fraud and identity theft in the future.
About Ian Leaf
Ian Leaf is a tax expert with specific experience in addressing issues associated with fraudulent activity and identity theft. As the founder of IanLeafTaxFraud.com, Leaf has helped those affected by fraud and identity theft to reverse the negative consequences stemming from being victimized by fraudsters and has played a major role in the enhanced preventive measures now being used to protect against fraud in the first place.