Sunday, July 22, 2018

Guilty Victims of Fraud

Criminals are always on the prowl for victims. Most are innocent, but once in awhile even fraudsters prey on other criminals while they are serving out a prison sentence. (That's an ironic twist – guilty victims.) An article in the Montgomery Adviser details a...

Keeping Stories Straight

When multiple people are involved in fraud, it is important to keep stories straight so suspicions are not raised. An article published by Alaska Dispatch News details what happened when a doctor and his office manager did not tell the same story about their...

Betrayed by Trust

Fraudsters are experts at betrayal. But before betrayal can happen, one must trust in the betrayer. An article published in The Franklin County Times tells the story of one woman and 20 other individuals who betrayed the government by stealing more than $10 million...

Committing Crime While Serving Time

Jokes are often made about criminals who do some pretty heinous things and get caught red-handed on the outside. Some criminals are quite clever and seize every opportunity to swindle victims – even from behind bars. The Alaska Dispatch covers a story about a...

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...

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...

Doubling Down on Fraud

Listen to this Story Some people try to catch lightning in a bottle, but this fraudster tried to do so twice. AL.com tells the story of a woman who was recently sentenced for food stamp fraud and income...

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...

A Failing Grade

Think back to your college days. Remember your fall semester? Groups of students were probably walking through the campus on their way to class, backpacks on and minds open. The lively setting was full of books, new sneakers, to-go coffees and fraud. Wait...fraud? According...

How Not to Become a Millionaire

There is a wealth of information available on how to become a millionaire. Books, magazines and financial blogs abound with great advice, such as: earn more than you spend; save a set percentage of your income each month; or, make regular investments in the...
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