Saturday, July 4, 2020

Camping Out at Home

The appeal of the Recreational Vehicle (RV) lifestyle is growing. (It's a great way to travel and vacation economically, while also taking along your family, friends and the kitchen sink.)A Tacoma-area man found his job as an RV salesman appealing as well because he...

Robbed by Fraud

Working as a nanny can be rewarding as well as very tiring. As a surrogate parent, nannies usually have to perform physical duties such as laundry, cooking, cleaning, picking up toys and kids, and driving them and their sports equipment around to a long...

Childish Ways

The state of Washington promotes employment by providing child care subsidies to eligible low-income working families through the Working Connections Child Care program. The program uses government funds to provide approximately $300 million in subsidies annually. An in-home daycare provider reverted to childish ways...

The Death of Fraud

County Coroners usually investigate human deaths, whenever victims die unexpectedly or suspicious circumstances are involved. Their job is to provide confirmation and certification that a person is deceased. Corners can be appointed or elected officials and they come from all walks of life. (They...

There Was a Crooked Man…

Chiropractors are supposed to be master manipulators—of the human spine, that is. But a press release issued by the U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Columbia, details the scheme of a chiropractor who manipulated the D.C. Medicaid program out of more than $50,000 with fraudulent...

Double Dealing

Cheating in a casino is never a good idea, even if you're not actually gambling. According to a press release published by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I), a Spokane card dealer was caught ripping off a different kind of money...

Grocer Goes for the Green

Many small business owners who operate retail stores struggle to compete with large national chains. However, few try to get a leg up on their competition by committing fraud. The Herald nonetheless reports that a Washington state business owner did just that by paying...

All Aboard the Fraud Train

Listen to this Story Home-based health care is one of the fastest growing segments of the health care industry. According to the United Nations, the number of people over the age of 60 is expected to triple to 2 Billion by 2050. (While this news...

Placing a High Priority

The government places a high priority on prosecuting criminals who use stolen identities to file fictitious income tax returns and claim fraudulent refunds. A Department of Justice (DOJ) press release details how one man victimized a wide variety of vulnerable people by participating in...

Bold-faced Lie

It is amazing how many people commit fraud by telling bold-faced lies. (In their brazenness, criminals usually don't consider the repercussions of their actions until they are caught.) A story published by The Kent Reporter tells about a middle-aged man who lied about his...
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