Sunday, October 25, 2020

COVID Feature: No Time to Gamble

Nevada is the latest in a string of states to report increased amounts of identity theft due to the coronavirus pandemic. While Nevada is known for legalized gambling, this is no time to be taking chances when it comes to safeguarding personal information. Thanks to...

Gambling with Other People’s Money

Las Vegas is widely known for some of the world's most luxurious casinos and hotels, drive-through wedding chapels, celebrity performances and the chance to engage in excessive indulgence. (I'm sure you've heard the adage that 'what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.') An article...

False Representation

The Social Security Administration (SSA) pays Child's Insurance Benefits to a worker's child – whether a biological, adopted or dependent stepchild – if the worker is disabled or retired and qualifies for Social Security benefits. SSA typically designates a family member or a friend...

The Medicaid Money Pot

Medicaid Fraud Control Units (MFCU) investigate and prosecute provider fraud, as well as elder abuse and neglect of our nation’s most vulnerable citizens. They go after criminals, like today’s fraudster, who submitted bogus bills to Medicaid for services she did not provide. The woman,...

Double Vision

The U.S. Passport is highly coveted, mainly because it stands for freedom and opportunity for millions of people who have one. It also allows the bearer to legally travel overseas and reenter the country with valid identification and proof of citizenship. (Without the document,...

Define ”Unemployed”…

I've said it once and I'll say it again: Being unemployed as a result of incarceration does not entitle you to collect welfare. (But some people just won't listen!) According to a press release published by the Nevada Attorney General's office, a Las Vegas...

$4.4 Million Unemployment Fraud Scam Uncovered in Nevada

There's an old adage: ''If it looks too good to be true, it probably is.'' Nearly 600 people, who relied on Francisco Garcia, Eloy Garcia, Efrain Garcia and Nabor Garcia to help them file for unemployment benefits in Nevada, learned that the...

Lacking Vision

You can be sure that Medicaid examines submitted claims with a proverbial magnifying glass. That’s why it’s important to make sure that every “T” is crossed and every “I” is dotted so that there is no instance of fraud. The office manager of a...

Strong Evidence

Strong evidence against a Las Vegas, Nev., couple links them to healthcare fraud, wire fraud, aggravated identity theft, and money laundering in North Carolina. But remember that strong evidence against a defendant doesn’t mean they are guilty. (Keep that in mind as you read...

Guest Writer: Grant Bosse

NH Man Collects $12,000 in Unemployment Benefits after Getting New Job (Laconia, NH? The good news is that Michael Monti found a new job. The bad news is that he kept filing for state unemployment benefits, and the state found out. New Hampshire authorities prosecuted Monti...
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