Sunday, December 16, 2018

Dirty Business

California’s Labor Code states that employees in the state are employed at will, meaning that either the employer or the employee can terminate employment at any time without cause and without notice. (For employees that are desperate to keep their job, there are usually...

Fraud Spices Up Used Cars on Blanding Boulevard

It's not easy selling used cars, especially when you consider the reputation that most used-car salesmen have for being...well, used-car salesman. So it may come as no surprise that a used car salesman on Blanding Boulevard (I'm not making that name up) might have...

Dark Times Ahead for Fraudsters in the Sunshine State

Nothing ventured, nothing gained. It's always darkest before the dawn. These are slogans we typically refer to when we are about to undertake some major initiative like putting a stop to fraud. Sometimes the battle seems hard, and we even question whether the struggle...

Lucrative Fraud

To file a fake tax return, personal identification information including a Social Security number, date of birth, bank account number and address are needed. (It also helps to have an internet connection as well.) With the press of a button, it's just a matter...

Read the Fine Print

Listen to this Story It's important to read the fine print before engaging in a transaction that seems too good to be true. (People tend to get really excited about what kind of deal they're going to get...

Fake Proof

In the State of Florida, only U.S. citizens, legal permanent residents and other authorized foreign nationals are allowed to obtain Florida driver's licenses. For a foreign national, proof of residence can be confirmed with a permanent residence stamp on his or her passport...

A Little Bit Goes a Long Way

It's amazing what criminals can do with just a few bits of incomplete personal data. According to an article published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, a little bit of information went a long way towards one fraudster gaining $52,000 in student loan funds he...

Trend vs. Fad

Listen to this Story Fads can be described as a short-lived enthusiasm for something that emerges quickly then eventually fizzles out. Some examples include bell bottom jeans, go-go boots, Baby on Board signs, Rubik's Cubes and Silly Bandz. In...

Be Careful Who You Trust

Sometimes even fraudsters need to be careful who they trust. For example, imagine that you're a fraudster and you think you're about to get away with stealing hundreds of identities and thousands of the government's (taxpayers') dollars. Then you find out that your accomplice...

Keeping a Detailed Record

Keeping detailed records are important for a variety of reasons. For example, a daily food journal could help you to identify a food allergy. Keeping track of your financial records could help in making sound decisions regarding investments. Or, recording your child care expenses...
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