Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Doc Robbin’

Does stealing from insurance carriers to keep an ailing medical practice afloat really classify as ''Robin Hood''-type behavior? According to The Record, a judge who compared a New Jersey doctor to the English folk hero also sentenced the offender to multiple years in prison,...

Double Trouble

Among fraudsters, the most dangerous perpetrators are those who have a professional familiarity with the system they are trying to defraud. The latest example of those who see fraud as just business as usual comes to us via a press release from the U.S....

Soldiers Feel Financial Burden of Tax Refund Fraud

Today we have an example of a woman who stole and exploited soldiers' identities to make a quick buck. (Well, $65,356.84, to be exact.) According to a press release published by the U.S. Attorney's office, a Maryland woman abused her access to soldiers' personally...

Layoffs at the Fraud Factory

Creating a rap label to cover up massive fraud fiefdom shows a level of hubris and extravagance that's beyond the average fraudster. The Associated Press reports that a self-proclaimed ''Money King'' attempted to channel more than $100 million in stolen income tax refunds into...

Go Big…And Then Go To Prison

Some people just can never have enough. According to a press release recently issued by the Department of Justice, a high-profile businessman in Tampa was caught leading a group of conspirators through a multi-million dollar scam to defraud Medicare of more than $12 million,...

Recycling Patients

There's no doubt that recycling is good for the environment. It helps to reduce trash that fills landfills, uses old stuff to make new stuff, and saves money, natural resources and energy. A nurse mentioned in a Home Health Care News article took recycling...

Fraud Knows No Borders

Some of us have grown so accustomed to the widespread use of identity theft for financial gain that we forget about the other terrible crimes a person could commit in our name. According to a report by centralmaine.com, some poor man in Ohio had...

Insider Trading

Among fraudsters, the most dangerous perpetrators are those who have a professional familiarity with the system they are trying to defraud. The latest example of those who see fraud as just business as usual comes to us via a press release from the U.S....

Plotting Fraud

Sometimes you have to wonder how an author comes up with a plot for a best-selling novel. Elements that make for great fiction can include a protagonist using their position of power to steal from the poor in order to fund a lavish lifestyle....

The Price is Wrong

This 34-year-old fraudster was able to commit tax refund fraud and other types of fraud while in federal prison or on supervised release, according to a press release issued by the U.S. Attorney's Office, Southern District of Ohio. According to court documents, this Buckeye...
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