Thursday, February 27, 2020

Crossing the Line

Listen to this Story If there is a line between accidental and intentional, the subject of today's ''Fraud of the Day'' definitely crossed it. The SunSentinel reports that a Florida woman was recently sentenced to serve one year of...

80-Year-Old Man Charged with Stealing His Mother’s Social Security Benefits

Every time we get a paycheck, we see that Uncle Sam has deducted a small percentage. That money – our Social Security – is put away until we retire. There are lots of rules surrounding the Social Security program, but one thing is certain?...

Mooch

Moochers are usually not well thought of, and neither are fraudsters. (Both prey on the generosity of others to get something they really don't deserve.) Not all moochers are fraudsters, but fraudsters are generally considered to be moochers. An article published by the Charleston...

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...

Logging onto Fraud Online

What is the first thing you log onto when you sit down in front of your computer? Are you an avid user of social media sites? Or, perhaps you have to start by checking your email? Fraudsters are fleeing to the Internet to take...

Easy Money = Hard Time

If you could make six figures without working very hard, would you be interested in the job? (I'm sure you'd be intrigued at first, then suspicious, right?) According to an article posted on 13newsnow.com, a former Social Security Administration employee used her position to...

One Lie Leads to Another Prosecution

Telling a lie is generally a bad idea. Once one is told, then another one usually follows even though it gets harder to cover up the first lie with subsequent ones. An article published in The Troy Record tells about a New York woman...

Coping

Throughout life we all encounter difficult situations that require a certain amount of time to cope with said situation. People find many different coping mechanisms. Some prefer physical activity, such as walking/running, some prefer to talk to someone such as a therapist and others...

It Will Haunt You

With Halloween around the corner, it seems all the ads on TV are for spooky shows and movies, Halloween costumes and candies, and fun décor; pick up seasonal magazines and you'll likely see the same thing. But I can think of something more haunting...

On Behalf Of

Because children lack the capacity to make complex decisions, they have to rely upon their parents to do things on their behalf. (For example, parents have to make decisions regarding their medical care, finances, nutrition, living arrangements and education to name a few.)</em? A...
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