Monday, October 26, 2020

What a Quack

The American Psychiatric Association explains that psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. They can also help with the physical aspects of psychological problems and write prescriptions. (This can help bring restorative health to people who...

With Open Arms

A Glen Allen, Virginia woman is the focus of today’s “Fraud of the Day” article for opening her arms wide to fraud. While the connotation of open arms means that someone or something is welcomed and accepted, this Richmond-area owner of three family counseling...

Government-funded Vacation

Living in the United States has many benefits, like democracy and an enormous amount of freedom. Then, there’s access to excellent education, healthcare and other government benefits to consider. Last time I checked, government-funded vacations were not one of the perks of living in...

Need vs. Greed

A need is something you must have to survive, such as food, water, or a roof over your head. A want is something that is nice to have, but you can actually live without it. (Like luxury items funded by government benefit programs.) The...

Risky Business

Today’s “Fraud of the Day” is based on an article entitled, “Alexandria Business Owner Pleads Guilty To Medicaid Fraud” published by Old Town Alexandria Patch.

Overwhelming Evidence

An Alford plea is used in a criminal case when a defendant doesn't want to plead guilty, but the evidence is so overwhelming that it is likely a judge or jury would find them guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. A Virginia couple entered an...

Fake Entrepreneur

There are many challenges that go along with becoming an entrepreneur. A solid business plan and a product or solution in high demand is central to a company 's success. Then there 's the financing part and the need for an intelligent and efficient...

Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees

Contrary to popular belief, money doesn't grow on trees. (However, a Virginia woman seemed to think that the government had an endless supply of free benefits to choose from despite the fact that she did not qualify for them.) Over seven months, she harvested...

Making the Wrong Moves

Listen to this Story Moving to another state often involves a lot of paperwork, unless you don't bother to file it. An article posted on 13NewsNow.com tells the story of a woman who moved from Virginia to Maryland, and...

The Heat is On

The heat is on when it comes to tracking down and prosecuting fraudsters who attempt to illegally gain benefits they don't deserve. A story posted on 13NewsNow.com tells about a man who received more than $2,000 in benefits from three different government subsidized programs. The...
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