Friday, September 21, 2018

How Many People Live at Your House?

Everyone has needs – the most basic being food, clothing and shelter. Today's Fraud of the Day from the Pocono Record, addresses a potential case of fraud involving the last of these three needs? shelter. The article reports that a low income housing resident has...

You’ve Got Mail

How often do you check your mail? No, I'm not saying ''email.'? I mean your actual mail. Do you check it enough to notice that someone else might be taking some things that belong to you? In an ABC 27 article, one Pennsylvania native...

Rules for a Reason

Let's face it? the rules matter (even though we often rebel against them). And when it comes to receiving government benefits, following the rules is particularly important. Agencies use rules to determine who is eligible for benefits and who isn't – an important job...

Fraud 101

School is hard, but for those who had to work for years in order to pay off student debt, it's even harder. It's because of these hardworking individuals that student loan fraud is so sickening. As reported in The Post and Courier, thirteen individuals...

Ex-inmate Sentenced for Student Loan Fraud

According to the KSDK.com article, Michelle Owens—an ex-inmate from the South Carolina Correctional Institution—used her prison job in the educational office to gather other inmates' personal information. She then used that information to apply to be a student at Webster University, where she...
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