Thursday, June 21, 2018

Straightforward with a Twist

Sometimes investigations into fraud start out in a straightforward manner with a predicted prosecution and conviction in sight. But, today’s fraud article is a little different. It details the story of a very deceptive man from Mexico who used the stolen identity of a...

Deploying a Solution to Combat Fraud

Military members are vulnerable to identity theft, fraud and scams, particularly during a deployment. But, service members don’t have to be halfway around the world to become a victim. (It can happen stateside too.) A man from Harvey, Illinois committed identity theft and tax...

On the Run

There are some lists that most people would want to be on. For instance, the Top 10 wealthiest people in the world or the Dean’s list, if you are a university student. Then, there is a list or two that you would not want...

Prison Therapy

To become a physical therapist, an individual must earn a professional degree, which is usually a doctorate in physical therapy. Once the degree is obtained, then states require a license to legally work as a physical therapist. (All of those hours spent learning and...

Leaving the Wrong Legacy

Do you ever think about how you will be remembered long after you’re gone? There are many ways to leave a great legacy such as donating money to a cause, mentoring others, or spending quality time with family and friends. A man from Clio,...

Protecting the Public Purse

You might be surprised what people will do to keep collecting a monthly check from the federal government. One common way that people steal benefits they don’t deserve is by failing to report the death of a loved one to the Social Security Administration...

Scared Yet?

The only things an identity thief needs for obtaining a student loan are your name, birthdate, address and Social Security number. These are the keys to establishing a Federal Student Aid ID and to creating a fraudulent loan account without your knowledge. (By the...

It’s Just Not Necessary

On any given day, if you asked someone what they thought was necessary for living a satisfying life, they might answer: food, water, oxygen, sleep, health, family, friends, freedom, love, faith, a good job, or purpose in life. The former owner-operator of a Burbank,...

Fraud from A to Z

The president and owner of the A to Z Pharmacy in New Port Richey, Florida used his business as a cover for a massive compounding pharmacy fraud scheme that stole more than $100 million from private insurance companies, Medicare and TRICARE. The healthcare fraud...

She’s Not Smiling Anymore

Dentists specialize in smiles. (They can turn a frown upside down with a variety of options that usually cost a lot of money and are not covered by your dental insurance plan.) A Cordova, Tennessee dentist who owned two dental practices made a lot...
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