Fraud Investigator Appointment letter Template

There is a specific procedure to select any fraud investigator for a company, and when the whole process is done, then they require an appointment letter to inform the selected person about this selection. Now we are here to help you to complete your letter.

Here we have enlisted some sample letters regarding an appointment letter for a fraud investigator. You have to mention the details about this job, its location, joining date, and some other information.

Letter Template: 1


(Name of the recipient)

(Address of the recipient)

(Mention the Date)

Subject: Appointment letter for Fraud Investigator

Dear applicant, (mention the name)

I am writing to inform you that you have been appointed as a Fraud Investigator in our company (mention the company). Your timing will be (mention the time) and your joining is from next month (mention the date). 

Here, you have to research thorough investigations, maintain documents of all studies, interview and put all schemes in place, present evidence in court, assist fraud examiners, conduct investing timely, supervise team members, and many more. Lastly would also like to inform you that we have attached a document here, so please go through it and bring it signed and Xeroxed on your joining date.

Your salary here will be (mention the salary) on the date of (mention the date) per month, and you will receive the payslip in your email. You will get many other benefits (mention health insurance, oral care, transportation, and many more).

HR will be contacting you soon for other details. In the meantime, if you have any queries, you can call us at the number (mention the number) or send us an email at (mention the email id). So congratulations to you once again.

We welcome you to our company and look forward to working with you soon.

Yours sincerely,

(Mention the Name)

(Handwritten Signature of the sender)

(Mention the Date)

(Mention your designation in the Company)

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