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Family Heritage

Social Security benefits are synonymous with economic security for millions of Americans. Beneficiaries include those who are retired, disabled, or the families of retired, disabled or deceased workers. Today’s fraud article tells the story of a Charleston, West Virginia man, who committed Social Security...

Lady Luck

I hate to break it to you, but you have a much better chance of being struck by lightning than winning the lottery or the jackpot on a poker machine. (Despite this depressing news, hopeful people flock to the grocery store or local mini...

Home Almost Alone

There are many reasons why people commit fraud. Some are focused only on themselves and think they are entitled to things or benefits they do not deserve. Others are under intense pressure to pay the bills and make ends meet. A woman from Greene...

Roaming Buffalos

A Buffalo, New York man has pleaded guilty to making a false statement to the Social Security Administration (SSA) concerning his eligibility to receive disability benefits. The man engaged in Social Security fraud by knowingly and illegitimately claiming benefits while out of the country...

Name Game

'If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.'' While it is a great sentiment to take to heart, somebody should have told today's fraudster that it doesn't apply to stealing from the government. The U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Virginia, released an...

Deep-Sixing Fraud

It's pretty atrocious when a fraudster takes advantage of a deceased person's identification to collect undeserved government benefits, but when someone uses their own family members to line their pockets with cash, that's pretty low too. An article published by the Knoxville News Sentinel...

Desperate

Desperation sometimes causes people to do things that they wouldn’t ordinarily do to survive. We don’t know the background on how a Saco, Maine woman ended up homeless, but we do know that she committed nearly $86,000 in Social Security fraud by exploiting her children who...

Clean Up On Aisle Fraud

Imagine walking through the grocery store, your cart tracking through a puddle of spilled milk. Over the loud speaker you hear, ''Clean up, aisle four.'' Tracking milk on your cart's wobbly tires, you easily escape the mess and are back to crossing things off...

On the Hunt

Imagine sitting in your hunting stand, the crisp fall weather biting at your face as you wait patiently for your deer. You've taken all the necessary steps, carefully planning the hunt down to last seconds before pulling the trigger. The Ohio Public Employees Retirement...

Traumatic Fraud

The Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Disability Insurance Benefits Program provides monetary benefits to eligible individuals who have worked and paid taxes. (An individual must be deemed medically disabled and unable to work in order to receive monthly cash benefits). A Shreveport, Louisiana doctor committed Social Security Disability fraud...
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