Wednesday, June 20, 2018


Today’s “Fraud of the Day” is based on an article entitled, “Doctor with history of maiming patients sentenced to 35 years in $373 million home health scheme” posted by

Achilles Heel

With 26 bones, 33 joints and more than one hundred muscles, tendons and ligaments in each foot, a lot of things can go wrong with a pair of feet. A former executive with a Chicago-based health care company committed Medicare fraud by taking advantage...

Driven to Defraud

Today’s “Fraud of the Day” is based on an article entitled, “Judge sentences Little Rock woman for defrauding assistance program for poor families” posted on A 41-year-old Little Rock woman's 19-year criminal history weighed heavily against her Thursday at her sentencing for defrauding a government assistance program for poor families of about $250,000.

From Russia with Fraud

A guilty plea is supposed to mean taking responsibility for committing a crime. Yet the Sun-Sentinel reports that a Florida woman was still grappling with her own culpability at her sentencing hearing. She had already pleaded guilty to bribing federal and state employees, enabling...

Driving Thousands of Fake Miles

Criminals will go to great lengths to steal money, even if they have to drive tens of thousands of fake miles to carry out a scam. (So, how does one drive fake miles?) The husband and wife owners of a Texas laboratory company settled...

Decoupling Fraud

The U.S. Justice Department’s Northern District of California announced that former Antioch police officer Gary Bostick and his wife, Ana Bostick, pleaded guilty to their respective roles in a scheme to illegally obtain money from the United States.

Family Enterprise

According to Entrepreneur Magazine, family businesses experience success when there is unity among family members, a mission that goes beyond financial gain, a vision, and a plan for the next generation. A woman from Grand Rapids, Michigan was the matriarch of a family tax...

Family Farm Fraud

Today’s “Fraud of the Day” is based on an article entitled, “3 Bacon County farmers to pay federal crop insurance program $675,000 in false claims settlement” published by The Florida Times-Union.

Taking Eligibility Too Far

A woman from Fredericksburg, Virginia was sentenced to two years in prison after she was convicted of fraud. Government officials said she made $246,000 in fraudulent Medicaid, SSI and SNAP claims from 2011 to 2015.

Confined by Fraud

The Social Security Administration (SSA) pays Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to disabled adults and children with limited income and resources. But there are a few things that applicants must reveal when filling out the form to qualify for benefits. A Malden, Massachusetts woman left...
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