A kickback is in effect a quid–pro–quo bribe—a collusive agreement–intended to facilitate or manipulate a personage, corporation, or management body. An illegal, secret payment made in return for a recommendation which resulted in a transaction or contract. If the authorized person proposes such an agreement, a kickback has been asked for.
Kickbacks can be in the form of money, credits, gifts, gratuity, offering of services, or anything of value. Kickbacks can take place in an array of surroundings, such as companies, government, games, and the health care industry. Kickbacks are repeatedly referred to colloquially as “under the table” payments. Offering and accepting kickbacks are both serious crimes.
Pinkerton aims at tracing such “kickbacks” in an organization and deracinates the main causes of “kickbacks.” We lead a team of highly qualified professionals, who are experts in tracing “kickbacks” and reporting such fraudulent activities with a detailed report to the organization.