Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Fraud Chaser

The term "ambulance chaser" refers to lawyers who help clients to obtain damages related to a personal injury. The man at the center of today 's "Fraud of the Day" could be called a "fraud chaser" because he used his ambulance company to chase...

A La Carte Punishment

Usually, it is the judicial system 's responsibility to deliver a fair and adequate punishment to prevent a criminal from repeating illegal acts. A New Hampshire man who stole $100,000 from the Social Security Administration (SSA) appears to be calling the shots when it...

Loaded Diapers

Diapers have been known to hold a lot, and a mother-daughter team decided to use them to hold something a little different. The diaper duo concealed approximately $2.4 million in cash in diapers and baby towels that were hidden in their luggage on a...

Fraud Minion

When you think about minions, usually a cute yellow blob that loves bananas and wears blue jean overalls comes to mind. Even though the popular animated figures assist a former professional criminal portrayed in a popular children's movie, the fictional characters are generally seen...

What a Pile of Scrap

Fraudsters are always coming up with new and innovative ways to carry out their crimes, however, today's "Fraud of the Day" shines the spotlight on a North Carolina businessman who used a simple and oft used technique to hide his fraudulent acts. He thought...

Cloudy, With a Chance of Fraud

The Centenarian Project was launched by the Social Security Administration (SSA) in 2013 to help combat fraud by examining benefit records of citizens who are 100 years old. Today 's "Fraud of the Day" highlights how this initiative helped to stop a Michigan woman...

Fraud Playbook

Every football coach uses a playbook to help them formulate a winning game plan. Players study, memorize and practice the playbook 's offensive and defensive plays so they can beat their opponents. A North Carolina businessman, who ran two financial and investment services companies...

Promises, Promises

It is common for deceptive medical professionals to offer treatments or cures to Medicaid or Medicare patients, then bill the government insurance programs for services that were not medically necessary or not provided. A former Philadelphia-area podiatrist, who took a Hippocratic Oath promising to...

X-Rated Fraud

Greed can make a person do some shocking things. Today 's "Fraud of the Day" spotlight shines on an Arkansas man who operated a strip club and brothel out of his home while receiving Social Security disability benefits. The X-rated fraud scheme operated out of...

Three-Ring Circus

Three-ring circuses are famous for having multiple performing acts going on at the same time. Similarly, a healthcare clinic manager ran a Medicaid and Medicare fraud ring at three clinics across New York City. Just as it can be hard to focus in on...
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