Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Sisterly Bond

Sisters have a special bond. They are often friends and confidantes and share many things throughout life including parents, clothes, shoes, secrets and an occasional argument. The Montgomery Advertiser details a court case regarding two sisters who shared a love for fraud. Their greed...

Footing the Fraud Bill

Podiatrists have a complicated and sometimes unpleasant job when it comes to the diagnosis and treatment of more than 26 bones, over 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments and 33 joints in the foot. A podiatrist in Pennsylvania used his patients to take a load...

The Name of the Game

We've all played games, whether it's kickball in the school yard, craps at the casino or the newest alien warfare video game. And, we've all learned the lesson that not every game is fair, even if there are rules that need to be followed....

Joining the Ranks of Prisoners

Here's a hypothetical question? if an individual works with others in a plot to steal money and one of his or her partners in the hypothetical crime is already in jail – do you really think it will end well? According to authorities three...

Pyramid Scheme

James A. Mays, III, 44, of Winfield, Ala., entered a guilty plea for his role in a drug-billing scheme involving a Haleyville-based pharmacy. Mays pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to commit healthcare and mail fraud, twelve counts of healthcare fraud, and three...

Fraudsters Anonymous

There are numerous 12-step programs that exist to help people recover from all sorts of addictions, afflictions and overall bad experiences. (However, to my knowledge, there's no Fraudsters Anonymous to help recovering criminals choose a better line of work.) Montgomery's NBC-affiliate, WSFA, reports that...

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...

Misprision Can Lead to Prison

Knowing about a crime and not reporting it is just about as bad as actually committing one. The official term for this act is misprision, or the failure to report a known felony to authorities even though the person reporting the offense is not...

Betrayed by Trust

Fraudsters are experts at betrayal. But before betrayal can happen, one must trust in the betrayer. An article published in The Franklin County Times tells the story of one woman and 20 other individuals who betrayed the government by stealing more than $10 million...

Moving to Welfare

When you're moving, everything can get lost – your passport, favorite picture, a table and now, even your identity. But don't worry, these identity stealers aren't after your bank account, and aren't even trying to steal your Social Security number – instead, they're after...
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