Thursday, July 9, 2020

Trust Issues

When running any type of business, it is important to hire employees that you trust. You certainly wouldn't want to employ anyone that would damage your corporate image or mishandle company resources for personal benefit. Lex18.com reports on a Nicholasville daycare center that regrettably...

Not Child’s Play

Here's a new one. Instead of a fraudster who collects unemployment benefits while hiding a job, this is the case of one pretending to have a job in order to collect childcare benefits, while simultaneously claiming jobless benefits. (Must have seemed like a good...

Stamp of Disapproval

Fraudsters will use family members to accomplish their crime if they are desperate enough. A story reported in the Rutland Herald tells about a father who used his daughter's signature to defraud the government of approximately $10,000. The article states that the man's...

One Swipe Too Many

It's not hard to find a story about credit card fraud in the news. Even though you think you are doing your best to protect your finances, thieves can easily acquire your card number in a variety of ways and hold your credit report...

Daycare, Who Cares?

Did you ever send your children to daycare? Were you apprehensive about the process? Putting your children in the hands of another person can certainly create some anxiety. According to a Courier-Journal article, some parents may be thinking twice about daycare now that one...

On Top of Things

Missouri’s Child Care and Development Fund offers daycare subsidies for low-income families with parents who work or are receiving job training. The owner of a Kansas City, Missouri daycare center signed up to be a provider under the Children’s Division of the Missouri Department...

Are You Kidding Me?

In Kansas, the average cost to place an infant in a child care center per year is $10,955. Compare that to $9,227 – the annual cost for public college tuition. (Are you kidding me? You shouldn’t have to take a second mortgage out on...

California Scheming

A Lancaster, California day care operator who conspired with her daughters to commit child care fraud has been sentenced following a plea agreement. Cathy Denice Pullum received four years in prison and, with daughters Ashley Ann Collins and Taylor Louise Lind, must pay about...

In the Cards

When something is said to be “in the cards,” it means that it’s very likely to happen. Two sisters from Opelika, Alabama, who owned multiple day care centers, thought it was “in the cards” for them to get rich from a child care fraud scheme they...

Daycare with a Twist

We've heard of drug rings and prostitution rings, but child care rings? Yes...they exist too. According to The Mercury News, a California man was found guilty of six counts of perjury and five counts of grand theft in connection with a case involving home-based...
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