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What Is In a Name?

'What is in a name? That which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet,'' as quoted from the famous Shakespearean play Romeo and Juliet. The play romanticized the idea of Romeo rejecting his family name for Juliet –...

Bold-faced Lie

It is amazing how many people commit fraud by telling bold-faced lies. (In their brazenness, criminals usually don't consider the repercussions of their actions until they are caught.) A story published by The Kent Reporter tells about a middle-aged man who lied about his...

A Hole Full of Trouble

Criminals almost always mess up at some point during their attempt to defraud their victims. A press release posted by the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation provides a link to a security video showing a Cleveland man faking an injury in order to file...

Left at the Altar

Today’s “Fraud of the Day” is based on an article entitled, “Former banquet hall owners gets probation,” published by the Tribune Chronicle. The owner of a former banquet facility received two year’s probation on a misdemeanor conviction of attempted Workers’ Compensation fraud.

Self-insured

Running a small business is not for the faint of heart. In addition to offering a product or service that is in high demand, a business owner needs trustworthy employees to help carry out the company’s mission. Because employees are assets, a company owner...

Signed, Sealed and No Longer Concealed

Fraudsters are masters at concealing things. (They know how to keep incriminating evidence out of sight and bury fraudulent details so that it is difficult to detect when a crime has occurred.) An article published in The Times Union tells about a couple who...

Roofing Scheme Has Holes

The recent recession and an underground economy have made times tough for the construction industry. Contractors are desperate for work and some companies compete for jobs with unfair advantages. Today's Fraud of the Day from The Daily Journal examines how one company was able...

Milking the System

Dairy farming was previously done on a small scale by farmers who rose before the sun to trudge to the barn where they milked their cows by hand. The milking process, which happens several times a day, became much easier once the milking machine...

Fraud in Style

I'm told many women find spas to be a sanctuary – a place to blow off steam and forget the stresses of regular life. But with ''blowing off steam,'' typically comes some physical effort. According to an article in Southern Maryland Online, one woman...

Workers’ Compensation Fraud Doesn’t Pay

Every once in a while, employees are injured on the job. Sometimes, the injuries result from a particular incident, such as a box in a store room falling on an employee's foot. Other times, the cause may be more subtle, like an injury resulting...
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