Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Family Connection

There are times when a family connection is helpful. (It doesn't hurt to have a personal reference when applying for a job or entrance into an institution of higher learning.) An article published in the Merced Sun-Star tells about a family connection to a...

Till Jail Do Us Part

A married couple from Atlanta probably didn't vow to commit crime together when they tied the knot, but they are about to be separated by a prison sentence they received for committing tax refund fraud. An article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle details...

Illinois Court Upholds Eight-Year Unemployment Fraud Sentence

If you are a frequent reader of ''Fraud of the Day,'' you know that we highlight articles on different types of fraud, so federal, state and local agencies can be armed with information about how the frauds are occurring and what can be done...

Customer Satisfaction

Listen to this Story If a business wants to stay in operation, a customer satisfaction policy is a ''must.'' (If a customer is not satisfied with the service received, they will most likely go elsewhere to get what they...

COVID Feature: Slice of the Pie

Six individuals from Georgia and South Carolina have been indicted for their role in a larger conspiracy to illegally obtain Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. Through a COVID-19-related fraud scheme, these co-conspirators fraudulently procured millions in PPP loans for businesses located within the two...

How Far Would You Go for a Good Deal?

Everyone is on the lookout for a good deal. A gazillion websites exist just to help us find the right item, in the right color, for a less expensive price – including free shipping. We are bombarded with ads and coupons just about everywhere...

Seven Charged in Multi-Million Dollar Food Stamp Fraud Case

Just imagine this scenario? you're down on your luck, and you're really low on cash; you don't even have enough money to buy food without the help of the government's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as food stamps. Then, someone offers you...

Feeling the Pain of Fraud

It 's very important to monitor a patient during and after surgery. From the time that patients are put under anesthesia and wake up post-surgery, they need to be monitored. A Georgia doctor, who was responsible for performing surgical monitoring services billed multiple federal...

Standing in the GAPP

There’s nothing more appalling in the home healthcare industry than a provider who takes advantage of vulnerable patients, particularly children. Today’s “Fraud of the Day” details the alarming actions of Medicaid fraudster Diandra Bankhead, the former owner-operator of Elite Homecare in Atlanta, Ga. She...

It’s Downhill from Here

Jacinthia Williams, 44, has been sentenced for committing wire fraud. The woman, who is from Augusta, Ga., fraudulently submitted multiple applications in an attempt to obtain COVID-19 relief loans. (She joins a growing line of fraudsters who have been caught and prosecuted for committing...
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