Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Modus Operandi

Fraudsters consider lying to be an important part of their modus operandi. (It's just part of the job description.) A Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) press release tells about a Louisiana doctor who scammed Medicare out of millions of dollars by lying about the...

Certifiably Fraudulent

When criminals want to steal money from government health care programs, they generally submit lots of fraudulent claims for medical services or products that are not medically necessary nor delivered. Because the government strives to be efficient when paying claims, health care programs tend...

Deceased Man Kept on Ice for Social Security Benefits

It's amazing and sometimes disgusting what a person will do for money. Today's Fraud of the Day from The Times-Picayune focuses on the case of a 45-year-old woman who admitted to helping stuff the remains of her roommate's dead father into an ice chest...

Splitting the Cost of Fraud

There are lots of things that are common to share with a friend, such as a bill for sushi, the cost of a cab ride or a banana split. An article posted on NOLA.com tells about a woman who took advantage of the Federal...

Housing Authority Puts 2 and 2 Together

Cars are becoming kryptonite for fraudsters. Just like last week's fraud on the ''blind'' man who was caught on videotape driving on New Jersey's Garden State Parkway, this story from the Associated Press showcases yet another automotive blooper. Housing Authorities in Worcester, Mass. are...

It All Adds Up

It's easy to think that the fraudulent heist of a few thousand dollars in government benefits is not a big deal. But, when there are thousands of people capitalizing on benefits they don't deserve, it all adds up to more than you think. An...

A Matter of Life or Death

The American Heart Association states that nearly 90 percent of people who experience a cardiac arrest while not in the hospital die. However, if Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is performed moments after the cardiac arrest occurs, a person's chances of survival can double or even...

Bullied by Fraud

Bullies are tyrants and will do just about anything to get their way. They are adept at using their influence to intimidate anyone who doesn't agree with them. (We tend to think of bullies as mean kids who torment other children, but bullying also...

Junk Yard Fraud

Fraudsters hide their criminal acts behind all kinds of fronts. An article in The Advertiser tells of a Louisiana man who used his scrap metal business to profit off of an insurance fraud scheme involving staged automobile accidents. At the same time, he also...

Fraud-bound

Patients who are confined to their homes because of their medical disabilities are considered to be homebound. (Venturing out of the safety of their home environment usually requires an enormous amount of effort and a great deal of assistance in most cases.) An article...
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