Monday, May 21, 2018

Fraud Conductor

In 2016, Medicaid paid out $26 million for individuals who were deceased, just in one state alone. The federal-state insurance program, which serves the nation 's most underprivileged citizens, has similar problems in other states as well. A Texas physician jumped on the fraud...

Strengths and Weaknesses

Taxes are complicated. It's hard to keep on top of deductions and loop holes, not to mention keeping track of all those statements. Many people find that their strengths are not in preparing taxes so they hire tax a preparation service to...

Say It Isn’t So

Speech therapists diagnose and treat patients that have communication and swallowing disorders resulting from strokes, brain injuries, hearing loss, developmental delays or other problems. Their job is to create and implement a treatment plan that will improve the patient's quality of life. An article...

Walking Down the Aisle for the Wrong Reason

There are many reasons to get married, but using it as a means to gain U.S. citizenship is definitely a bad reason to walk down the aisle. A story published in The Dallas Morning News follows a family scheme headed up by a mother...

Sisters Sentenced to 115 Months in Prison in Connection with Identity Fraud and Tax...

The concept of stealing someone's identity has been around a long time. But in today's Fraud of the Day from WFSA.com, the fraudsters added a new twist: stealing identities for other people? The article reports that two sisters from Montgomery, Alabama...

Walking a Crooked Line

Vestibular testing is used to determine if there is something wrong with the inner ear. (It's definitely no walk in the park to be dizzy for prolonged periods of time.) A press release issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation tells about a husband...

Not Quite Right

If a doctor's practice, home health care company or medical supply company has to pay a recruiter to bring in patients, then you can be sure that something is not quite right. (You can almost bet that Medicare or Medicaid fraud is going on.)...

Don’t Blame the Dog

Dogs have taken the blame for many things including lost homework, mangled shoes and shredded furniture to name a few. A story from the Courthouse News Service describes a Dallas man who may have gotten an idea from the canine species to swallow...

Not Always Greener on the Other Side

From the beginning of time, history shows that there have always been people who want what they don't have. Whether world explorers were seeking a better trade route or riches from different locations around the globe or kingdoms wanted to expand through the acquisition...

Vowing to Fraud

Upon getting married, couples have the option to write their own vows, or recite prewritten vows before the official ''I do.'? I've been to many weddings, and perhaps it's protocol to leave the next statement out, but never have I heard? ''I vow to...
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