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Unemployment Insurance Program under Scrutiny for Three Years – Finally Cracks Down

How did it take an unemployment insurance program that has been under scrutiny for the last three years until now to finally crack down on fraud by 130 city workers in Washington, D.C.? We may not know why, but according to The Washington Post,...

Like Mother, Like Brother

It's hard enough to steal unemployment benefits using your own identity. Attempting to use other people's identities to do so is a real effort – one that definitely isn't worth the risk – but some people are still willing to take it. Hartford Courant...

Illinois Court Upholds Eight-Year Unemployment Fraud Sentence

If you are a frequent reader of ''Fraud of the Day,'' you know that we highlight articles on different types of fraud, so federal, state and local agencies can be armed with information about how the frauds are occurring and what can be done...

Repeat Offender

Some people never learn from their mistakes and seem doomed to repeat them. And, when it comes to committing fraud, being ''doomed'' is often equal to winding up in jail, probation or at least with some type of penalty. That's the case in today's...

Missouri Businessman with Significant Income Charged with Unemployment Fraud

It's not easy being in the fraud business today; apparently, there are tabs to run up in bars by fraudsters – those have to be paid! There are checks to cash and then there are the fraudsters' vacations to Costa Rica – which...

Guest Writer: Dale Ziegler

The Unemployment Insurance (UI) program is a federal-state partnership that has been in existence for over 70 years. Here are the key players: The Federal government – collects the Federal Unemployment Insurance Tax and funds the states costs of operating the system, and oversees state...

Committing Crime while Doing Time

Sometimes people just don't learn from their mistakes – or their punishment. While most inmates don't necessarily take the time we wish they would to reflect upon what they've done and think of ways they can change, they may learn a bit about what's...

Job + Unemployment Benefits = Fraud

It's a good day to have a job. If you know someone who has lost a job – and chances are you do – or have been in that situation yourself, you know what I mean. The most immediate impact of being unemployed, of...

Accountability

Fraudsters don't generally like to be held accountable for their illegal actions. (They like to get away with as much as they can, regardless of the impact it has on their victims.) An article published in the South Florida Business Journal follows an industrious...

Working Behind Bars

When an individual is sentenced to prison, they are to expect a life of daily activity planned from the time they wake up until ''lights-out.'? While most prisons are strict about schedules, somehow some enterprising fraudsters still are able to squeeze in time to...

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