Saturday, July 21, 2018

Someone Call a Doctor…and a Lawyer

There's always one sentence you cringe to hear? ''Someone call a doctor!'? Can you imagine that sentenced coupled with? ''...and a lawyer!'? A plethora of horrid situations come to mind when someone utters those pleas. According to a Robesonian article a Medicaid fraudster seemed...

Epic Fraud

Some criminals are one-time offenders and learn their lesson the first time around. Others are unable to give up a life of crime and commit multiple offenses despite the punishment received for their illegal actions. A story posted on PilotOnline.com describes a Virginia identity...

Making the Wrong Moves

Listen to this Story Moving to another state often involves a lot of paperwork, unless you don't bother to file it. An article posted on 13NewsNow.com tells the story of a woman who moved from Virginia to Maryland, and...

Daddy’s Girl

There is a special place in a father's heart for a daughter – it is a special bond that only those two can understand. But, could such a bond translate into fraud? According to a Seattle Times article, the passing of a father led...

Pool Party

In the middle of the dog days of summer, who wouldn't want to lounge around a private swimming pool with a cool drink in hand and a good book? As reported in an article posted on WCHStv.com, it appears a West Virginia businessman...

Fraudulent Friends

Fraud is easier if there is someone on the inside that can help perpetuate a crime. An article published in the Suffolk News-Herald tells about a husband and wife team who got a little help from a Medicaid insider. Their fraudulent friend helped the...

Fake Entrepreneur

There are many challenges that go along with becoming an entrepreneur. A solid business plan and a product or solution in high demand is central to a company 's success. Then there 's the financing part and the need for an intelligent and efficient...

Wishy-washy

People who are lacking in decisiveness or character are often considered to be ''wishy-washy.'' An article posted on 13NewsNow.com tells about a Virginia man who originally pleaded guilty to his involvement in a $2.6 million tax refund fraud scheme, but then withdrew his plea....

Seattle Woman Gets 34 Months in Federal Prison for Food Stamp Fraud

A Seattle woman, who ran a Food Stamp fraud scheme from the sidewalk of Seattle's International District, was sentenced to34 months in prison and ordered to pay $200,000 when a jury found her guilty of three counts of wire fraud and nine counts of...

Good, Bad and Ugly

The good thing about welfare is that a variety of programs exist to help disadvantaged individuals who live under a minimum accepted level of income. (Benefits can include child care, utilities, food, medical or vocational rehabilitation services just to name a few.) The bad...
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