Yes. Here is a list of our whistleblower system’s features.
It is possible that we will receive complaints that aren’t financial in nature and therefore not subject to Sarbanes Oxley section 301(4). As a professional organization, we realize the potentially serious nature of these types of calls and will work to ensure that they are handled in accordance to your companies policies and procedures.
Yes. We can provide support to your audit committee in establishing appropriate guidelines and procedures. We have the specific expertise to allow you to create good policies that will ensure your compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley 301.
Yes. We provide 24/7 coverage through an internet web page, email, automated voice mail and other normal business communication means. We provide live phone coverage from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pacific Time during normal work days. Our collection means are more than adequate to achieve SOX compliance.
Yes and no. While the act only applies to publicly traded companies, all firms (both public and private) could benefit from similar procedures. Problems occur at all types of companies and all levels within a company. Employees know where these problems are and having an established method for reporting and investigating claims of financial fraud [...]
This depends entirely on how complete your complaint intake process is. If complaints are competently handled from the start, you will likely be able to investigate the complaint and reach a resolution in a narrow, focused manner. However if inadequate information is collected, you may require a wide ranging investigation that costs tens of thousands [...]
Your service is much more complete than internet-only and phone hotline companies. How much more expensive are you?
We are not more expensive. We incur practically no overhead to offer this service. We charge you little for our service availability so you pay for trained accounting assistance only when a complaint