About


Scott Hunter spent 25 years as a federal agent, and retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Mr. Hunter is a Certified Fraud Examiner.

Mr. Hunter began his law enforcement career as a Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI). At OSI, he worked a diverse spectrum of financial and violent crime matters. In 1996, he was awarded the prestigious Civilian OSI Special Agent of the year award for a major fraud Investigation.

Throughout Mr. Hunter’s nearly two decades as a Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent in the FBI he investigated and supervised a vast array of criminal matters including corporate fraud, securities and commodities fraud, health care fraud, investment fraud, mortgage fraud, Identity theft, bank fraud, telemarketing fraud, narcotics, insurance fraud, bankruptcy fraud, money laundering, intellectual property, worker’s compensation fraud, insider threats and background investigations. Over the course of Mr. Hunter’s career, he reviewed thousands of fraud complaints and worked hundreds of fraud investigations. He is well versed in the various and ever-changing fraud schemes. He has a proven track record of working sophisticated fraud schemes and obtaining results. He has extensive experience providing testimony before grand juries, judges and trial juries.

For six years Mr. Hunter served as the Supervisory Special Agent overall financial fraud matters in the FBI Las Vegas Office. In 2008, he started the Southern Nevada Mortgage Fraud Task Force. To date, this is one of the most successful financial crimes task forces in the country. He led a task force of local, state and federal investigators in the fight against Mortgage Fraud. As a result of his leadership, investigative strategies and fraud expertise the task force served as a benchmark in the FBI. In 2013, The Department of Justice nominated him for a superior performance award for his accomplishments with the task force.

Mr. Hunter served as a Supervisory Special Agent at FBI Headquarters. He was assigned to a specialized unit tasked to investigate, identify and mitigate the insider threats associated with personnel with high-risk indicators. In this position, he handled sensitive insider threat investigations in the FBI.

Throughout Mr. Hunter’s career, he has provided financial crimes training to various local, state, federal and foreign law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SCOTT HUNTER AND RELATED ORGANIZATIONS, CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW:

SCOTT HUNTER, FBI SPECIAL AGENT (RETIRED) NOMINATED BY UNITED STATES ATTORNEY’S OFFICE – DISTRICT OF NEVADA FOR MORTGAGE FRAUD.

SCOTT HUNTER, FBI SPECIAL AGENT (RETIRED) – LAS VEGAS REVIEW JOURNAL