Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Hunting for Motivation

Hunting is a popular sport throughout the United States. It takes know-how, skill, and often, physical strength. Whether you hunt small or large game, your ability to set traps and operate the necessary equipment can make a difference between catching your prey or becoming...

Sovereign Citizens Are People Too

Today's Fraud of the Day, from The Examiner.net comes to us from the ''Show Me'' state, where one Kansas City native was in for a rude awakening when he discovered that despite his status as a 'sovereign citizen,' he could still be charged for...

Fraud Forecast

Hello, folks. Today we are going to take a look at our fraud forecast. We currently see that individuals have made a habit of taking advantage of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) disaster relief fund. Luckily for you FEMA, we are looking at...

Easy Money Lands Fraudster in Jail

Natural disasters often bring out the best in people, especially those who volunteer to clean up or make donations to help victims. But, unexpected catastrophes can bring out the worst in people who think they can benefit from someone else's misfortune. An OzarksFirst.com article...

Hobbies and Fraud

Everyone has at least one hobby they are particularly fond of. Whether you enjoy attending film festivals, playing sports or lounging on your boat, there's something out there to engage everyone. According to The Kansas City Star, one Missouri man found his hobbies to...

Prisoner SSNs Used in $3 Million Fraud

This story originates in Texas but it's about a Delaware woman who was convicted in Dallas after being arrested in Virginia last year. In the process, she defrauded the state of Texas $3 million. The story's from WDEL – in Delaware. In yet another example...

Former State Lawmaker Charged with Double Dipping

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides financial assistance to people who meet specific criteria and are disabled because of illness, injury or other conditions that prevent them from working. Today's Fraud of the Day studies a troubling indictment of a former public servant who...

Seems Like Forever

Criminals must be overly optimistic about their ability to carry out a fraudulent scheme, otherwise they wouldn’t be so bold in their attempts to commit crimes. However, if they would just stop for a moment and consider the consequences of their actions, there would...

A Mood Killer

I think it's safe to say that we all get a little moody every now and then. Sometimes it's the little things that set us off; and sometimes it's the big things, like Social Security Disability Insurance fraud. Ok, that's one of my triggers....

Listen Up Students

The days of punishing students with detention may quickly be changing to prison time. You mean to say that students will serve jail time for skipping classes? No, not quite; however, college students seeking to defraud the government through student aid programs could face...
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