Thursday, August 16, 2012
Pricewaterhouse Coopers - the see-no-evil audit firm
I wrote to PWC (via their email-contact service) asking for an email address to send a large dossier alleging fraud at a company Pricewaterhouse Coopers audits.
I received no reply. It may be because PWC does not want the dossier and is happy to audit the firm regardless.
I presume PWC will remedy this (and I will report back when they have).
If they do not remedy it then I will dub PWC the audit firm that chooses to "see no evil".
It took about 24 hours - but I have now been contacted by PWC. Thanks for roughly 10 people who sent this to contacts at the firm.
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