Monday, November 30, 2020

Vowing to Fraud

Upon getting married, couples have the option to write their own vows, or recite prewritten vows before the official ''I do.'? I've been to many weddings, and perhaps it's protocol to leave the next statement out, but never have I heard? ''I vow to...

The $3 Million Mistake

We all make mistakes. Everyone once in while we may put salt instead of sugar in the coffee, miss a deadline at work or forget to record the big game. While some mistakes fair larger than others, we are guilty in the crime. According...

Keep Your Mouth Shut

If you were asked what qualities make someone a good person, what characteristics would you include? Perhaps words like kind, honest, trustworthy, ethical, self-controlled and respectful might make the list. While on the witness stand, an Augusta, Georgia woman considered herself to be a “good person”...

All Charged Out

When you think of being ''charged out,'' it's likely you associate negative thoughts with the action. For example, say you ''charged out'' or ''maxed out'' your credit card – you are likely in a bad situation. A Michigan Live article provides a good example...

SNAP Fraud Hurts Those Most in Need

The federal government's SNAP program—what many people still refer to as "food stamps"—is a vital program that ensures millions of Americans have enough to eat. Unfortunately, as most of us know all too well, scammers and fraud thieves have zero morals when it comes...

Food Stamp Fraud at the Local Gas Station

The Kingston Times reported that District Attorney, Holley Carnright, announced the indictment of gas station owner, Kanwarjit Singh, alleging that he and his clerks allowed customers to trade their food stamps for prohibited items like beer or cigarettes, or for cash, in exchange for...

Oh, SNAP!

Some people just don’t know when to quit. A Newark, N.J., store owner had already been banned from participating in the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program when he put his grocery store in another person’s name to get back into swindling the federal program....

The Psychology of Fraud

The term, ''bounded ethicality,'' is used by psychology professionals to describe a notion that most of the unethical behavior people engage in does not occur because they are evil or immoral. They pursue these activities because they are influenced by social stressors, organizational conditions...

Five Sent to Prison for $500,000 Food Stamp Fraud at the General Store

The Grand Rapids Press recently reported James Taylor of Lansing, Michigan received a sentence of more than 15 years in federal prison for his part in a $500,000 food-stamp scheme. (And this is a program that claims to have ONLY one percent of fraud?) The...

1,300% Excellence

Have you ever been given the speech about exerting 100% effort? Maybe you heard it as you were walking onto the football field before a game, taking a breath before a long meeting or when you were 13 holes into the worst golf game...
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