Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Stuck on Fraud

Listen to this Story Many consider the Deepwater Horizon/BP oil spill to be the largest disaster in the history of petroleum. When the environmental catastrophe occurred in the Gulf of Mexico in April 2010, the explosion and collapse of...

Tricked Out

If you're trying to hide fraudulent activity, it would be smart not to do anything out of the ordinary to raise suspicions. An article in the Montgomery Advertiser details the story of two former corrections officers who tricked the Internal Revenue Service into issuing...

Doubly Unqualified

The State of Alabama 's Medicaid agency requires mental health counselors to meet specific licensure requirements before providing services to underprivileged patients and submitting claims for reimbursement. The owner of an Alabama counseling business was doubly unqualified to participate in the Medicaid program for...

Forgery Ahead

The term ''forgery'' can be defined as an act of altering a genuine copy of something or making a facsimile with the intent to deceive. Forgery can be done to art, certificates, important documents and more commonly, checks. According to an article on Examiner.com,...

Sending A Strong Message

There are a variety of ways a message can be sent, such as via email, through regular mail or over social media. The way the government sends a message to those who try to defraud it is through the court system. A story posted...

When the Fraud Hits the fan

Listen to this Story For many, the thought of tax season does not bring up warm feelings; but for three years, today's fraudsters turned tax season into a year-round holiday. On October 15, 2015,two defendants from Phenix City,...

Home Sweet Fraud

It's usually in southern tradition to make someone feel at home. Southern hospitality is about as common in most parts of the south as collard greens and Sunday church. An Alabama.com article revealed another commonality making an appearance in the south – fighting tax...

Ignorance is Not Bliss

You've probably heard the saying, ''Ignorance is bliss.'' This suggests that it's more convenient or comfortable to ignore the fact that something unscrupulous is going on. A press release published by the Department of Justice describes one woman's feigned attempt at ignorance while testifying...

Anticipation

It's hard to wait for something that we have long anticipated. Whether it is a child's dream to receive a new bike for his birthday or the long-awaited arrival of a soldier returning from a foreign conflict, we have great expectations attached to...

All in the Family

It's hard to find someone to trust when planning and committing fraud. Most likely, your mother-in-law would not be your first choice as a partner in crime. But, that's what happened in according to an article by InsideARM.com. The U.S. Attorney for the Middle...
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