Tuesday, March 31, 2020

They Never Learn

Some fraudsters never learn. They frequently commit the same crime over and over again until one day, they make a mistake. A Georgia woman almost carried out a successful student loan fraud scheme worth $500,000, until she mistakenly signed her own name instead of...

Feeling the Pain of Fraud

It 's very important to monitor a patient during and after surgery. From the time that patients are put under anesthesia and wake up post-surgery, they need to be monitored. A Georgia doctor, who was responsible for performing surgical monitoring services billed multiple federal...

Real Trouble

Investing in real estate is a great way to create a source of ongoing income. The goal is to buy property that will increase in value, making it part of the foundation of a good wealth strategy. A dentist who operated her practice in...

Tooth Fairy

The tooth fairy is a fantasy character that many children delight in, especially after they have tucked their baby tooth under their pillow and woken up to find a small payment in exchange. Today's ''Fraud of the Day'' details how a dentist mistook the...

Fake It ‘Til You Make It

A family who owned and operated a counseling business in Georgia successfully faked a vast amount of documents, then submitted them to Medicaid. Their fraudulent efforts paid off initially and they received more than $3 million from the government health care benefits program. (However,...

Thick as Thieves

The idiom ''thick as thieves'' refers to a group of people who are described as close friends. Today's ''Fraud of the Day'' article tells about three women who were closer than friends – they were sisters who banded together as ''partners in crime.'' The...

Family Dysfunctions

If you're billing the government for services that you never provided, you're committing fraud. (Just a general rule of thumb.) As stated in a press release, the Georgia Attorney General's office prosecuted a woman who owned and operated an Atlanta-area behavioral health clinic for...

When Fraud Becomes Fashionable

Listen to this Story</strong? Every year, millions of college students go to class with the goal that if they work hard, they will someday have a good job and a prosperous future. Today's fraudsters thought they deserved the material benefits...

Customer Satisfaction

Listen to this Story If a business wants to stay in operation, a customer satisfaction policy is a ''must.'' (If a customer is not satisfied with the service received, they will most likely go elsewhere to get what they...

Misleading

Fraudsters are adept at misleading others to think that their actions are legitimate. (The more they get away with it, the more they try to do it.) An article posted on InsuranceJournal.com reports that a deceptive woman misrepresented her condition 19 times on workers'...
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