Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Don’t Do the Crime if You Can’t Do the Time

We've all heard the expression: ''don't do the crime if you can't do the time.'' It basically means we should all think twice about breaking a rule or law if we don't think we can handle the consequences that come along with...

Powering a Conspiracy

Listen to this Story For many sales professionals, generating leads is a necessary starting point in the process of making a sale. (However, it's important to obtain leads in a legal manner before trying to close the deal.) The...

A Taxing Pyramid Scheme

Whenever you think of a pyramid scheme, you tend to think about product gimmicks out to take advantage of the not-so-savvy consumer – eventually reeling them in to sell the product themselves. Well here's a new one. Now pyramid schemes are going so far...

Nailing Fraud

Construction sites are typically full of large machines, nails scattered in the dirt and caution signs. There's a lot of scraping and banging as things are being built. While men and women with hard hats and neon vests bob in and out of building...

Fraud Chasers

The term ambulance chaser refers to an aggressive lawyer who pursues and represents accident victims in personal injury cases. The Lebanon Democrat & Wilson County News reports on a story about the owners of an ambulance transportation service who chased down a few...

When Father Doesn’t Know Best

Estrangement between a parent and a child can have lingering consequences, but engaging in fraud to try to revive a relationship just makes everything worse. According to the Kingsport Times News, that's exactly what one Tennessee dentist, and dad, did. The story states that the...

Easy Come, Easy Go

We all know that the only things certain in life are death and taxes. And, tax season is upon us. (It's better than the alternative.) It's time to watch out for tax refund and identity fraudsters. That's a message at least 240 people probably...

Tax Refund Fraudster Sent to Prison and Ordered to Pay $3.4 Million in Restitution

Lots of taxpayers would love to drive a luxury car and own a fancy house in a nice neighborhood. Apart from winning the lottery, most people expect to work hard to acquire the ''good life.'? According to an article posted on ABC24.com, a Memphis,...

Costly Cure

A former clinical pharmacy manager from Jonesborough was sentenced to 16 months in federal prison for healthcare fraud, which resulted in at least a $4.4 million loss to TennCare.

Tyranny of Fraud

A tyrant can be defined as someone in a position of authority who uses his or her power in a harmful way. Fraud is tyrannous and – when it comes to government benefits fraud – it usually starts out with someone who uses...
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