Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Connecticut Employees under Investigation for Food Stamp Fraud

When Hurricane Irene hit last year, it took its toll on a number of states on the Eastern seaboard. But few could anticipate that its impact would linger so long in Connecticut, where a government investigation into possible disaster aid fraud has placed several...

Road Show

Unemployment insurance benefits are funded through taxes paid for by employers. (Unlike Social Security benefits, workers do not have to pay into the system through paycheck deductions.) The insurance program is intended to provide temporary income for workers who are either partially or fully...

Bum Knee

Most people who can attest to having a torn ACL in their knee would say that it is a painful injury. The man at the center of today's ''Fraud of the Day'' case claimed that he had injured his knee (an MRI showed a...

Hindsight is 20/20

A rather silly scam carried out by a pair of New Yorkers to feign blindness, all so they could freeload on public disability benefits, showed a clear lack of foresight. A press release published by the U.S. Attorney's Office, Northern District of New York...

History Repeats Itself

History tends to repeat itself. While many fraudsters can learn from their mistakes, there are some who often return to old patterns of behavior. A Connecticut man who was gainfully employed by a restaurant, repeated his mistake from a decade earlier and tried to...

D-I-Y Fraud

Do-It-Yourself or D-I-Y projects are pretty popular. There are television networks and a multitude of websites devoted to explaining how to accomplish a variety of projects from start to finish. While D-I-Y projects usually save a lot of money, a Connecticut dentist who concocted...

Stressed Out

Psychiatrists are supposed to help their patients cope with stress, not cause it. An article published by the Fairfield Patch tells about how a Connecticut psychiatrist and her husband caused quite a bit of stress for their patients, as well as their state's Medicaid...

Fraud, Glorious Fraud?

We all know the old ditty, ''Food, glorious food,'' the one that pries your brain open and pops an image of some steaming lasagna in there. Well, according to MeridenPatch.com, authorities say three individuals from New Haven were singing quite a different version...

How to Catch a Psycho Biller

No one in their right mind would dare submit hundreds of fraudulent bills to Medicaid and expect to get away with it. And yet today’s fraudster accomplished just that. The owner and operator of a social services business that provided psychotherapy to Medicaid beneficiaries...

The Medicaid Tooth Fairy

The tooth fairy makes losing teeth a much more tolerable experience. (Kids know they’re going to wake up with a couple of bucks under their pillow, so why not embrace the pain for a reward at the end.) A Connecticut dentist blew the whistle...
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