Sunday, February 18, 2018

Fake Proof

In the State of Florida, only U.S. citizens, legal permanent residents and other authorized foreign nationals are allowed to obtain Florida driver's licenses. For a foreign national, proof of residence can be confirmed with a permanent residence stamp on his or her passport...

The Secret about Secrets

Fraudsters are always trying to find shortcuts to get around the law. And they usually end up conspiring with others to get the illegal job done. Such is the case for a convenience store owner in Florida who conspired with his store manager to...

Florida College Student Prosecuted for Tax Refund Fraud

One former Florida college student was busy doing more than attending classes, studying late at the library and going to fraternity parties on the weekends. A Tallahassee television station, WTXL, reported that today's ''Fraud of the Day'' perpetrator was sentenced to four years in...

Property Problems

Owning property can be difficult; in most cases, you're required to maintain it. But, does anyone really check up on your property? According to a Miami Herald article, nearly 100 individuals have been cited for property problems, and we aren't talking about ugly flowers...

Identity Fraud Epidemic

Identity fraud has reached epidemic proportions in South Florida. While the Federal Trade Commission reports that Florida had the highest rate of identity theft in the country in 2013 and 2014, Miami wins the award for having the most identity theft complaints in the...

Pot ‘O Gold

Listen to this Story Everyone dreams of a windfall at some point in life. (Who wouldn't like to win the lottery or inherit millions of dollars from a distant relative?) An article published by The Tampa Tribune tells about...

Dark Times Ahead for Fraudsters in the Sunshine State

Nothing ventured, nothing gained. It's always darkest before the dawn. These are slogans we typically refer to when we are about to undertake some major initiative like putting a stop to fraud. Sometimes the battle seems hard, and we even question whether the struggle...

Cashing in on the Vulnerable

Fraudsters love to cash in on the vulnerabilities of their victims, especially the disabled and the deceased. A man who owned a North Miami check cashing business cashed in on more than 2,000 victims in these two categories, netting more than $11 million in...

Fanny Pack Fraud

In spite of the funny name, fanny packs are very useful to have. They can be used to tote around a variety of items including keys, a wallet, a cell phone and, according to an article on ProRepublica.com, a stack of bogus prescriptions...

The Fraud Underworld

There are many benefits to living a digital lifestyle. We can access information 24/7/365, work remotely from just about anywhere in the world, shop online and stay connected through email, phone or texts at all times. (But, along with progress, there also is the...
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