Sunday, December 16, 2018

What a Dumbbell

 One would think that someone with a back injury receiving workers’ compensation benefits would be smart enough not to go to the gym and lift heavy weights. A former Sheriff’s deputy from San Diego, California, who claimed he was unable to work due to...

Lies Beget More Lies

There are several types of lies. (For example, white lies are intended to be polite; fabricated or exaggerated statements are somewhat true, but a little bit false; lies of omission fail to disclose known information and lies of commission are basically a blatant lie.)...

Fraudster Flunk Out

Most people like to get things for free, but an article posted on MassLive.com tells about a former Massachusetts university employee who takes the concept of free to a new, lower level. This particular young adult was not entirely happy with just receiving a...

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...

Driving Away Fraud

Once in awhile, bribes can be considered beneficial, as long as they are not illegal and they don't harm anyone. For instance, parents have been known to hand out candy or money rewarding their children's positive behavior. (This might be questionable for some,...

The $800,000 Unemployment Fraud Scam

Typically, articles exposing unemployment fraud involve individuals who falsely claim unemployment benefits to which they are not entitled. Fraudsters may lie on their application and say they are unemployed when – in truth – they already have a job, or they simply fail to...

Electric-powered Fraud

Listen to this Story</strong? Electricity unquestionably catalyzed an economic revolution and improved the quality of life of billions of people. For today's fraudsters, electricity was the crucial component in their get-rich-quick conspiracy. The Long Beach Post reports that a married...

High Impact

International citizens desiring a college degree from an American educational institution must be sponsored by an organization approved by the Department of State in order to obtain a student visa. An article posted on SanFrancisco.CBSLocal.com tells about the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of a...

Making A Statement

People have been known to do some crazy things to get their point across. An article published in The Denver Post tells what happened to three Colorado Springs residents who stated they were only trying to make a political point by filing false documents...

Innocent Until I Show Them My Tattoo

We love watching criminals make fools of themselves or better yet, getting caught because they do dumb things. One particular criminal outdid himself and was sentenced to prison after the tattoo of the murder scene depicted on his back was used as evidence against...
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