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Subject to Detention

It's back to school time. Children and people of all ages are headed to learning institutions across the nation to increase their knowledge, some more willingly than others. An article published in The Annandale Patch tells about a man and a woman who were...

Customer Satisfaction

Listen to this Story If a business wants to stay in operation, a customer satisfaction policy is a ''must.'' (If a customer is not satisfied with the service received, they will most likely go elsewhere to get what they...

Cash Machine

Have you ever dreamed of being inside of a cash machine with the opportunity to grab at hundreds or even thousands of dollars swirling around in a money tornado? An article posted on WJLA.com tells about how a husband and wife used student loans...

New Jersey Woman Gets Prison Time for Student Loan Fraud

Going on to higher education can be quite pricey, so the need for student loans is pretty common. But what about when you start applying for upwards of 90 student loans in the time span of four years? Better yet – what about when...

When Fraud Becomes Fashionable

Listen to this Story</strong? Every year, millions of college students go to class with the goal that if they work hard, they will someday have a good job and a prosperous future. Today's fraudsters thought they deserved the material benefits...

The Fraud is in the Details

Fraudsters usually take great care to bury their illegal actions within the minutia of a scheme, but ironically that is where the majority of mistakes are made. In an article published by the Ledger-Enquirer, a Georgia woman was able to hide the details of...

The Scientific Process of Student Loan Fraud

During the years of grade school and college, test day likely produced anxiety and dread in students. Whether you stayed up all night studying or never opened the book, the moment that test was placed on your desk, it was ''game on.'? According to...

They Never Learn

Some fraudsters never learn. They frequently commit the same crime over and over again until one day, they make a mistake. A Georgia woman almost carried out a successful student loan fraud scheme worth $500,000, until she mistakenly signed her own name instead of...

Life on the Inside

Life inside of prison can create a tedious mixture of fear, isolation and boredom, which can consequently lead to more criminal activities. (Idle hands are usually not a good thing.) An article published by The Sacramento Bee tells how a former California prison inmate...

Student Loan Scam Unravels

College is expensive. The costs add up quickly? books, tuition, and food – students have to eat – and room and board can easily reach into the thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars, per year. If you've ever been a student or...
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