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Fraud at a Distance

Distance learning is big business, and many accredited universities and learning institutions offer a variety of degrees and certificate programs online. The benefits of online programs are numerous, including convenience, flexibility, cost and choice. Distance learning students do not have to be physically present...

University of Fraud

Choosing a college is an exciting part of growing up. You have finally reached an age where you will make major decisions. According to an ABC-23 article, one California woman took her decision-making to an extreme, not only affecting her life, but also the...

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...

A Tough Lesson to Learn

Let's face it – getting into college is competitive and times are tough. Most students can't rely on the promise of scholarships. Instead, they apply for federal financial aid. That's where fraudsters come in. They use the system put in place to help kids...

Facing Fraud

According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, nearly $11 billion was spent on more than 10 million cosmetic procedures during 2012. How far will someone go to fund the cost of these procedures (which cost a mint)? United Press International (UPI) posted...

Couple Indicted in Student Loan Fraud Case

Students work hard to get into college. And, once accepted, they know they need to pay for it. Some work multiple jobs and/or rely on loans from family members to foot the bill. Many rely on the Department of Education's student...

Subject: Fraud

What was your favorite subject in school? Perhaps math class was your thing – numbers and equations were easy for you. Not a math lover? Maybe you were interested in biology or English. According to a KMOV.com article, one couple thought they had excelled...

California Dreaming and Scheming

The ''California Dream'' is associated with the notion of becoming wealthy and famous in a short period of time. The idea is linked to the Gold Rush of 1849, where many opportunists traveled West in hopes of ''striking it rich.'' (California, here I come!)...

Student Loan Fraud Co-Conspirators Fail Ethics Test

Student loan fraud was a lucrative business for a Pinellas County man and his co-conspirator, until they were caught cheating the U.S. Department of Education out of more than $460,000 in fraudulent student aid. The Tampa Bay Business Journal reports that the president of...

Joining the Ranks of Prisoners

Here's a hypothetical question? if an individual works with others in a plot to steal money and one of his or her partners in the hypothetical crime is already in jail – do you really think it will end well? According to authorities three...
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