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Blissful Ignorance

It is important for a government program beneficiary to be well-informed about the rules regarding the financial assistance they qualify for and receive – especially if they want to continue to receive it. (Ignorance is not bliss when it comes to getting free money...

Recruiting for Fraud

Most of the time, fraudsters can't complete a scam without the help of co-conspirators. An article posted on MassLive.com tells about a criminal who assisted with recruiting couriers to help carry out a scam that laundered $110,000 worth of Social Security benefits and Internal...

Living Arrangements

Supplemental Security Income (SSI), a program administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA), helps disabled Americans meet their basic financial needs. As you might expect there are many requirements that must be met in order to receive SSI benefits, one of which is living arrangements. An Effingham,...

Bad Acting

Good actors can make you believe they are actually experiencing what their character is going through. They also have the ability to surprise their audience. A couple from Montgomery, Alabama starred in a government-funded Social Security fraud scheme, but did not bring home an...

Leaving the Wrong Legacy

Do you ever think about how you will be remembered long after you’re gone? There are many ways to leave a great legacy such as donating money to a cause, mentoring others, or spending quality time with family and friends. A man from Clio,...

Decades of Lying

One way that criminals defraud the Social Security Administration (SSA) is by failing to notify the agency about the death of a beneficiary, then they continue to receive and cash the checks of their deceased loved one. Today's ''Fraud of the Day'' spotlights two...

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...

Railroad Pension Fraud Scam May Have cost $1 Billion

The FBI have charged 11 people with fraud charges ''in connection with a massive pension scam involving fake disability claims by Long Island Railroad workers that COULD cost the agency $1 billion,'' according to the New York Post. The federal complaint alleges that Railroad workers...

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...

Living a Lie

If a gene existed that determined selfishness, fraudsters would have it. A Lansdale, Pennsylvania man carried out an extremely selfish scheme involving the theft of a deceased infant’s identity. He not only lived a lie every day of his life for 21 years under...
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