Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Peace of Mind

It is estimated that 65.7 million informal and family caregivers provide care to someone who is ill, disabled or aged in the United States. These Americans have to balance the demands of work, home, kids and caring for a loved one who needs assistance....

What a Pile of Scrap

Fraudsters are always coming up with new and innovative ways to carry out their crimes, however, today's "Fraud of the Day" shines the spotlight on a North Carolina businessman who used a simple and oft used technique to hide his fraudulent acts. He thought...

For Rent

Renting has advantages. For instance, if you rent a house, you are responsible for taking care of the place but, you're not stuck with a mortgage when you move out. When you rent a movie from your cable provider, you get to enjoy a...

At Risk

There's no doubt that fraud puts the integrity of taxpayer-funded health care programs at risk. And when at-risk children are victimized in the process, you can bet that the government will not hesitate to go after those responsible for the crime. That's what happened...

Just Trying to Help Out

Two Winston-Salem men were convicted this week on federal charges that they committed more than $1 million in health care fraud through a company they started in Jacksonville, Florida.

Check and Recheck

Some people have a habit of checking and rechecking. Perhaps before going to bed for the night, a person might check all of the locks on their doors and windows to make sure they are secure. A student may want to go...

Destructive Fraud

Nearly one year ago, a devastating tornado struck Moore, Oklahoma, leaving a path of destruction and death in its 17-mile wake. While many residents were picking up the pieces after the disaster, KFOR.com reports that there was one young man who took advantage...

Exportation Lesson

Remember those economics lessons from college? The countless chapters read, differentiating between imported and exported goods and learning the methods and laws of importing/exporting? Turns out...it doesn't take an economic genius to make a little money using a foreign destination. No – all you...

Head Check

According to an article published in the News & Observer, a North Carolina woman, who ran a counseling business, scammed Medicaid by using patient ID numbers to bill the government benefits program for services that were not needed nor provided. (Did I mention the...

Fraud across Water

When it comes to fraud, state and federal boundaries and the distance between the fraudster and the target aren't really a factor. In fact, one of the key factors in committing fraud is how easy it is to obtain and use another's personal information....
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