Tuesday, November 29, 2022

The Make It Fraud Company

Jason Carl Pears was having a difficult time during the pandemic, according to his lawyer in Southern District of Alabama federal court on August 26th.  But it was no excuse for concocting not one but two schemes to steal more than $1 million from...

No Services Needed

Psychologists are supposed to help those who are struggling by providing counselling. Unfortunately, some healthcare companies and professionals choose to betray the trust of their clients and use their position to commit Medicaid fraud. (Which ironically causes the need for those defrauded to require...

Tricked Out

If you're trying to hide fraudulent activity, it would be smart not to do anything out of the ordinary to raise suspicions. An article in the Montgomery Advertiser details the story of two former corrections officers who tricked the Internal Revenue Service into issuing...

How Not to Become a Millionaire

There is a wealth of information available on how to become a millionaire. Books, magazines and financial blogs abound with great advice, such as: earn more than you spend; save a set percentage of your income each month; or, make regular investments in the...

Fleeing from Fraud

When someone is in danger, a fight-or-flight response usually occurs. Either the person stays put and confronts the situation or they decide to flee from the mentally or physically threatening situation. The Department of Justice released a statement about an Alabama Man, who was...

Counseling Crisis

Medicaid recipients are some of the most vulnerable among us. Things are even worse for those needing mental healthcare, which is one of the toughest specialties for accessing treatment. In the world of fraud, it’s especially appalling when a practitioner would breach the trust...

Spoofing Fraud

A spoof can be described as a good-humored deception. However, AL.com, describes how one man's crime spoofed 110 victims and their financial institutions by pretending to be someone he wasn't. He stole their personal information and activated or reactivated credit cards in...

Keeping Stories Straight

When multiple people are involved in fraud, it is important to keep stories straight so suspicions are not raised. An article published by Alaska Dispatch News details what happened when a doctor and his office manager did not tell the same story about their...

Doubling Down on Fraud

Listen to this Story Some people try to catch lightning in a bottle, but this fraudster tried to do so twice. AL.com tells the story of a woman who was recently sentenced for food stamp fraud and income...

Forgery Ahead

The term ''forgery'' can be defined as an act of altering a genuine copy of something or making a facsimile with the intent to deceive. Forgery can be done to art, certificates, important documents and more commonly, checks. According to an article on Examiner.com,...
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