Sunday, July 22, 2018

Crowdfrauding

Crowdfunding is a popular way to raise money for a successful business venture or new product idea, usually accomplished through the Internet. (The concept involves obtaining a little bit of money from a lot of people.) Conversely, an article posted on Fox17Online.com tells about...

Stealing Evidence

It's not a good idea to steal evidence when you have been charged with an offense. (It can only get you deeper into trouble with the law.) A Federal Bureau of Investigation press release details how two owners of several home health care companies...

Bad Behavior

People have all sorts of reasons for behaving badly. Some are placed in difficult situations and feel there is no way out. As a result, frustration can turn into anger and subsequently emotions erupt, impacting others in a negative way. Others feel entitled to...

Home is Where the Health Care Fraud Is

In-home doctor visits are beneficial for housebound Medicare recipients. (House calls also are an easy way for unscrupulous doctors to illegally bill for services that were not performed or medically necessary.) An article published by The Detroit News states that a Michigan doctor used...

Fostering Fraud

Adult daycare centers or adult foster care homes provide specialized programs and a place to live for developmentally disabled or mentally ill individuals who are no longer able to care for themselves in their own homes. The idea behind the concept is to have...

A Little Off the Top

Payroll processing can be overwhelming for businesses that don't have the staff or the accounting knowledge needed to complete the task. Fortunately, there are companies that can help eliminate the challenges of payroll processing. An article published in the Kansas City Business Journal tells...

Foot Fraud

To put oneself in the shoes of another is to understand the circumstances or experiences of someone else. (I would be extremely reluctant to put my feet in the shoes of a fraudster because I would not want to experience the life of a...

Diagnosis: Fraud

We rely on doctors to correctly diagnose our ailments and prescribe the right treatment to cure our maladies. An article published on WXYZ.com tells the story of a Detroit-area physician who fraudulently billed Medicare for $35 million in services. The services were actually performed,...

Right under Your Nose

If something is said to be ''right under your nose,'' it means that you are very close. An article reported on WOODTV.com reported that two fraudsters in Michigan committed welfare fraud while employed by the Michigan Department of Human Services. (I guess they were...

Wooed by Fraud

When it comes to Medicare fraud, an illegal scheme usually begins with the need for qualified beneficiaries. There are a variety of methods for wooing Medicare beneficiaries to participate, and as a Department of Justice press release states, one Detroit doctor chose to...
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