Saturday, December 16, 2017

Taking Advantage of Kids

Finding adequate and appropriate daycare is difficult for any parent, including beneficiaries who rely on Medicaid to subsidize payments to childcare programs. Once an appropriate childcare provider is found, parents don't usually expect to have the identities of their children stolen, and they...

Two is a Party, 18 is a Crowd Destined for Jail

I am sure you have heard the expression: ''Two is a party; three is a crowd.'? While it may be easier to find seats at a popular restaurant for a party of two on Friday night, a crowd of 18 fraudsters heading to jail...

Hindsight is 20-20

It's usually easy to see the difference between doing something the wrong way vs. the right way after the fact. (That's called hindsight.) An article posted on TulsaWorld.com tells about an optometrist who knew the difference between right and wrong, but made a very...

Nothing but Fraud

There is no shortage of idioms with the word ''nothing.'? Phrases such as ''nothing to it,'' ''think nothing about it,'' ''all or nothing'' or ''better than nothing'' are common in the English language. The News & Record follows a story about a manager of...

Exportation Lesson

Remember those economics lessons from college? The countless chapters read, differentiating between imported and exported goods and learning the methods and laws of importing/exporting? Turns out...it doesn't take an economic genius to make a little money using a foreign destination. No – all you...

The Joyride is Over

Luxury car commercials are famous for advertising vehicles with glossy wax jobs, sleek interiors and attractive drivers while speeding across beautiful terrain. (You can almost feel the wind in your hair followed by the shock of the sticker price.) According to an article in...

Not A Good Idea

The United States Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina says 46-year-old Shephard Lee Spruill II of Winterville, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit health care fraud, and perjury.

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...

Come on Down

To be successful at workers' compensation fraud, criminals must be experts in malingering – the act of faking a physical or psychological illness for personal gain. According to an article in The Week, a postal worker from North Carolina did a great job...

Fraud across Water

When it comes to fraud, state and federal boundaries and the distance between the fraudster and the target aren't really a factor. In fact, one of the key factors in committing fraud is how easy it is to obtain and use another's personal information....
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