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Web of Fraud

When the Internet was first created, it was intended to be a tool for scientists to share information. Now, the World Wide Web connects every one who can get online, provides a mechanism for commerce that delivers goods and services all over the world,...

Chief Fraud Officer

A Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for multiple things, including controllership duties. This requires the presentation and reporting of accurate and timely historical company financial information. The CFO of a San Francisco Area-based home health care and hospice business failed to carry out...

Faux “the Name. Fraud” the Game.

It 's ironic (or maybe it 's not) that today 's fraudster 's last name is "Faux." (As in fake.) True to her name, the woman faked her way through fraudulent Medicare claims, falsified patient records at her physical therapy practice and managed to...

Underreporting Income Produces Fraud

According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the favorite form of tax evasion in the United States happens to be underreporting income. This happens when a taxpayer either claims less money than they actually made or they claim more deductions, exemptions and credits than...

Fraud Chaser

The term "ambulance chaser" refers to lawyers who help clients to obtain damages related to a personal injury. The man at the center of today 's "Fraud of the Day" could be called a "fraud chaser" because he used his ambulance company to chase...

Fraud Minion

When you think about minions, usually a cute yellow blob that loves bananas and wears blue jean overalls comes to mind. Even though the popular animated figures assist a former professional criminal portrayed in a popular children's movie, the fictional characters are generally seen...

What a Pile of Scrap

Fraudsters are always coming up with new and innovative ways to carry out their crimes, however, today's "Fraud of the Day" shines the spotlight on a North Carolina businessman who used a simple and oft used technique to hide his fraudulent acts. He thought...

Duping with Dad

When a group of people set their minds on defrauding the government, and try really hard to do so, they'll find a way. But they won't as easily find a way out of prison. Recently, the U.S. Attorney General's office exemplified this in a...

The Perfect Plot

Filmmaking is a risky business and in order to get investors to commit to a project, movie producers often look for tax incentives to entice a production company to come to a particular location to film. Company executives are usually sent in to hire...

Fueling Fraud

Beginning in May 2007, the Energy Independence and Security Act required petroleum refiners and importers to have renewable fuel in their product mixes. They could meet this requirement by purchasing credits from renewable fuel producers. A Department of Justice press release tells about how...
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