Thursday, December 14, 2017

Absolutely Corrupt

Corruption occurs when someone abandons ethical standards in order to commit an illegal or immoral act for personal gain. Fraud always involves corruption. It is a selfish and dishonest act carried out at the expense of others. The Montgomery Advertiser reports...

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,...

Sisterly Bond

Sisters have a special bond. They are often friends and confidantes and share many things throughout life including parents, clothes, shoes, secrets and an occasional argument. The Montgomery Advertiser details a court case regarding two sisters who shared a love for fraud. Their greed...

Sharing is Caring

Growing up, you are taught to share. While sharing isn't always easy, it has been stated that? ''sharing is caring.'? But how do fraudsters feel about it? Clearly they aren't ''sharing'' wealth with the government when they are stealing from taxpayer-funded programs. What about...

Roll Tide on Fraud

Have you ever heard the thunderous roar of an Alabama crowd screaming? ''Roll tide, roll?'? If you're not a football fan, it's safe to say the University of Alabama has one of the finest football programs in the nation. Beyond the field, fans gather...

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...

The Name of the Game

We've all played games, whether it's kickball in the school yard, craps at the casino or the newest alien warfare video game. And, we've all learned the lesson that not every game is fair, even if there are rules that need to be followed....

A Lesson in Trades

Okay, students... take out your paper and pens – it's time to take notes. Now, when you plan on committing student loan fraud, there are a few things you should know. But, the golden rule is this? don't get caught. According to a Tuscaloosa...

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...

How Well Do You Know Your Postal Carrier?

Tax refund fraud is one of our most popular topics here on Fraud of the Day – and with good reason. I write about tax refund fraud because it is becoming an epidemic. Every day fraudsters are thinking up new ways to game the...
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