Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Living Within Her Means

Fraudsters of all ages have at least one thing in common – greed. No matter the age, selfishness is usually the root of every fraudulent crime committed. An article posted on the Philadelphia CBS affiliate's Web site reports that despite her age,...

Fraud is Ageless

It seems that fraud is not just perpetrated by the young, but senior citizens have been known to get in on the criminal action as well. The Buffalo News covers an elderly woman who tried to scam the government by applying for Social Security...

Repeat Offender

Some criminals just can't help themselves. Once they start down the path towards a life of crime, it is often hard to turn back. The Sugar Land Sun reports on a Houston woman, who was already serving time for a prior conviction,...

Bad Habits are Hard to Break

Habits are easier to make than they are to break. An article published on Kentucky.com reports on a woman who had a bad habit of lying. She started her life of crime by lying about a disability on a Social Security Administration...

Timing is Everything

When merging onto a busy highway, it's important to accelerate and time your entry when there is a break in traffic. If you want to collect a retirement check, you have to wait until the appropriate age before claiming your hard-earned monthly benefit....

What a Character

It has been said that a person's character is determined by the choices made when no one is looking. It's also important to remember that choices have consequences, which impact others. The website NOLA.com reports on a New Orleans man, who failed to consider...

Double Whammy

The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program is funded by general tax revenues and is intended to be a federal income supplement that helps aged, blind and disabled citizens, who have little or no income, meet basic needs for food, clothing and shelter. However, one...

To Tell the Truth

For many years, American taxpayers have been concerned that the Social Security Administration (SSA) will not have enough money to pay out benefits at retirement; yet, the agency continues to pay millions of dollars to people who are no longer alive. According to The...

Sharing is Caring

Growing up, you are taught to share. While sharing isn't always easy, it has been stated that? ''sharing is caring.'? But how do fraudsters feel about it? Clearly they aren't ''sharing'' wealth with the government when they are stealing from taxpayer-funded programs. What about...

Daddy’s Girl

There is a special place in a father's heart for a daughter – it is a special bond that only those two can understand. But, could such a bond translate into fraud? According to a Seattle Times article, the passing of a father led...
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