Saturday, July 21, 2018

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....

Headed to the Slammer

Oh, sweet home Alabama. This is the heart of Dixie – full of pride and the Crimson Tide. And, now – according to today's Fraud of the Day from WSFA – tax refund and identity fraud. Fear not, the story has a happy ending...Alabama...

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...

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...

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...

Joining the Ranks of Prisoners

Here's a hypothetical question? if an individual works with others in a plot to steal money and one of his or her partners in the hypothetical crime is already in jail – do you really think it will end well? According to authorities three...
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