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Not Playing Fair

Children are often subject to more danger than that of adults – especially when it comes to identity fraud. Fraudsters find it easy to steal Social Security Numbers from children, and it is difficult for the government to catch these schemes because children do...

Federal Crop Fraud

Since our country was founded, farmers have been the backbone of the United States. They plant and harvest their crops with the intention of selling them at a profit; and whether the buyer is the local grocery store or a restaurant chain across the...

A Slice of Pizza, A Side of Fraud

For a lot of school age youth, life seems to revolve around ''doing what is cool;'' however, many students find that the ''cool worries,'' like what to wear and who to be friends with, take a back seat. Their concern of their day is...

American Citizen Fakes Identity, Choosing Deportation Over Prison

We've all heard of illegal immigrants posing as Americans to gain work – but what about Americans posing as illegal immigrants to gain travel? That's the story of this fraud of the day, based on a report by the Christian Post. It all started...

Inmate Sentenced to 12 Years for Participating in an ID Fraud Ring from Prison

A Missouri inmate has been sentenced to 12 years in prison (thank goodness, a little jail time for these idiots!) for his role in a scam while he was in prison. According to the Belleville News-Democrat, Danwine Dewayne Renard ''pleaded guilty to participating in...

ID Theft Case Impacts Nearly 9,000

WSBRadio.com reports that the number of victims resulting from a Gwinnett identity fraud scam earlier this year has risen to nearly 9,000. (That's 9,000 victimized by one scam!) The article shares the story of one of them, Jeanette Adams– a 66-year old retired nurse who...

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