1. the amount of the loss;
2. when the fraud was discovered;
3. the jurisdiction (city) where the fraud took place; and
4. the jurisdiction (city) where the person responsible for the fraud resides.
For further information with respect to what steps to take upon discovering that you are the victim of a fraud, theft or other financial or property misconduct, we refer you to our blog “What You Should Consider if You Discover You Are a Victim of Fraud – Our Views on “Triaging” Your Fraud Case”.