Friday, August 18, 2017
Home Housing and Disaster Fraud

Housing and Disaster Fraud

Splitting the Cost of Fraud

There are lots of things that are common to share with a friend, such as a bill for sushi, the cost of a cab ride or a banana split. An article posted on NOLA.com tells about a woman who took advantage of the Federal...

In High Demand

It's important to have confidence as a business owner. If you present yourself as competent and knowledgeable, you will have a good chance at being successful as long as the product or service you are selling is legal and in high demand. An article...

Managing the Risk of Fraud

Farmers buy crop insurance to help manage the multitude of risks involved in crop production. Weather and pests are hard to control, so farmers buy an insurance policy to reduce the risk of damage to approved commodities and the potential revenue loss. An article...

Whirlwind of Fraud

Fraud is like a whirlwind. Once a criminal is successful at collecting money or benefits they don't deserve, they often get caught up in the ruse and greediness causes the deception to continue through additional schemes. (If it worked once, why not try it...

Hitting the Jackpot

'Hitting the jackpot'' usually refers to winning a large sum of money; however, it can also mean that a discovery has led to a lot of useful information. A story posted on Fox59.com details how a routine investigation into a suspected case of public...

Lying is Never a Good Idea

Telling a lie is never a good idea because eventually, the truth will come out one way or another. A Department of Justice press release details the story of a Washington woman who attempted to tell a few lies on the witness stand to...

When the Wrong Opportunity Knocks

Sometimes we miss opportunities even though they are right in front of us. For example, a rejected invitation to attend a happy hour with co-workers may have provided an introduction to a new friend or a possible job opportunity within your company. (But you'll...

Waiting for Disaster to Happen

No one with a conscience would ever wish for a natural disaster to happen. However, if you are interested in reaping the benefits of someone else's demise, then you're probably waiting for a natural disaster to happen at any time. (There's always a...

Putting out the Fraud Fire

In August 2012, a wildfire broke out near Mannford, Okla., and spread swiftly across town destroying nearly 80 square miles of homes, buildings and dry vegetation. According to an article in Tulsa World, as affected residents began to rebuild their lives following the...

The Fraud After the Storm

Hurricane Ike made landfall in September 2008, causing widespread damage across the coastlines of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida. At that time, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offered financial disaster benefits to those who were displaced by the hurricane in multiple counties...
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