Saturday, December 16, 2017

Fraud in the Last Frontier

An Anchorage woman was convicted of food stamp fraud and was ordered to pay $8,510 in restitution to the state. According to the Anchorage Daily News, the woman also failed to disclose that her child's biological father was living with her and contributing to...

Slapping Labels on Fraud

Sometimes labels are necessary. We use them to categorize and to organize things or people. For example, we can slap a label on a folder for bills that have been paid so they are not confused with those which have not been...

15,000 Trips to Nowhere

Taking a trip to nowhere is popular within the cruise industry. The idea is to set sail on a luxury cruise liner for several days of stress free sailing and relaxing with no particular destination in mind. An Arizona man, who owned a medical...

The College Experience

Remember college? For most, this is the time of life to figure out who you are as a person, make new friends, experience new things and – most importantly – to be subject to identity and tax refund fraud. Okay, everyone doesn't become subject...
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