Friday, August 12, 2022

Painful Mistakes

We've all made painful mistakes. (Whether buying something we can't afford, forgetting a significant other's birthday, or forgetting to set an alarm for an early morning flight, there are always consequences for our actions whether intentional or not.) Today's ''Fraud of the Day'' details...

Stressed Out

Psychiatrists are supposed to help their patients cope with stress, not cause it. An article published by the Fairfield Patch tells about how a Connecticut psychiatrist and her husband caused quite a bit of stress for their patients, as well as their state's Medicaid...

Schemers are Dreamers

The primary function of the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) Scheme Development Center (SDC) is to detect suspicious criminal activity involving tax and related financial investigations and to assemble information on the suspected individuals and entities involved. (One of their responsibilities is to investigate tax...

The End of a Fraudulent Career

Not all crimes lead to time behind bars. But, the alternative punishment for defrauding a government healthcare benefits program can be as equally devastating to the perpetrator’s life as jail. Today’s fraudster is a Stamford, Connecticut dentist who agreed to a settlement that resolves...
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