Saturday, December 16, 2017

The Convict That Rocks the Cradle

Being a parent is stressful enough; imagine finding out that you unwittingly left your kids in the care of a federal convict? Philly.com has the story of a middle-aged Philadelphia man who failed to include evidence of his criminal record when he applied for...

Emergency

Listen to this Story Dialysis sustains millions of Americans who might otherwise suffer kidney failure. However, not every instance of someone going in for dialysis treatment should require transport via an emergency vehicle such as an ambulance. PennLive.com tells...

Capitalizing on the Demise of Others

Listen to this Story Fraudsters are really good at capitalizing on the demise of their victims. (They usually don't scrutinize when choosing their targets and will often use their own family members to make an illegal profit.) An article posted...

Held Captive

Listen to this Story Fraud is dangerous business and can be life-threatening. (Even though it's extremely inconvenient to have your identity stolen or to see your hard earned tax dollars stolen by criminals through a variety of scams, we...

Attention to Detail

It's important to pay attention to the details when filing claims with the government. (You can be sure that someone will definitely be checking your submission, so it's important to be honest.) An article posted on ReadingEagle.com explains how one woman incorrectly filled out...

Puppets on a String

Marionettes are controlled from above by using wire or string to make the puppet's body move. Without the puppeteer's controlled guidance, the puppet would not come to life. An article published by The Morning Call tells about two men (the puppets) who were controlled...

Testy

College entrance exams are required for admittance by most universities in the United States. Some of the most common tests include the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) for undergraduate admittance and the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) for business or graduate school entry. An article published...

Two Timing

When someone is said to be ''two-timing,'' it usually means that one person is cheating on two people at the same time without either of them knowing about each other. According to an article published by PublicOpinionOnline.com, a Pennsylvania caretaker committed Medicaid fraud by...

Double Dipping

Double dipping is usually frowned upon. (And I'm not talking about dragging your potato chip through the French onion dip a second time after taking a bite out of it.) An article published by The Inquisitr News tells the story of a former postal...

A Wrinkle in Fraud

Botox injections are usually associated with the prevention of wrinkles. The drug can also be used to prevent chronic migraines and muscle spasms associated with Multiple Sclerosis, plus provide relief from the discomfort of many other medical conditions. An article posted on NewsChannel9.com tells...
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