Friday, March 5, 2021

Who Lives Here?

Have you ever run into a landlord that doesn't seem to be telling you the truth? Whether the ceiling is leaking or the heater is busted in February, it seems like some landlords refuse to take care of the situation. Landlords, who are less...

There’s No Place Like Home

Whether you prefer the mantra, ''There's no place like home,'' or ''Home is where the heart is,'' you're certain to associate a particular comfort with your ''home.'? For many, the home is a place of memories. The thought of losing a home often resonates...

The Details Matter

Have you ever wished you lived somewhere other than your current residence? Perhaps a beachfront home on a secluded island or a cabin tucked away in the evergreens of Vermont? Maybe you even wished that the father of your children didn't live with you...

Lying is a Disaster

Sometimes we get a hunch when someone is lying. Perhaps it's life experience or intuition that raises caution; regardless of the reason, that gut feeling can often help us to be a bit cautious of someone's words. Even better than a hunch is the...

How Many People Live at Your House?

Everyone has needs – the most basic being food, clothing and shelter. Today's Fraud of the Day from the Pocono Record, addresses a potential case of fraud involving the last of these three needs? shelter. The article reports that a low income housing resident has...

From Destitute in Diamonds to Dawning Detention Gear

I've been writing Fraud of the Day for over a year now – long enough to have chronicled a case about a jet-setting, millionaire couple accused of welfare fraud from the beginning of the investigation to the guilty plea. So, it only seems appropriate...

You’ve Got Mail

How often do you check your mail? No, I'm not saying ''email.'? I mean your actual mail. Do you check it enough to notice that someone else might be taking some things that belong to you? In an ABC 27 article, one Pennsylvania native...

Finding Help the Wrong Way

Helping others can be a rewarding process both for the individual(s) in need, and those who step up to help. Of course, the point of the good deed is lost if both commit public housing fraud in the process, and that's the case in...

The Storm of Fraud Is A-Brewin’

You can always tell when a storm is barreling down your way. The clouds eerily creep over the earth, melancholy in nature. The winds calm at first, turn the leaves on trees, scratching branch to branch. And in the short amount of time it...

Divorce Doesn’t Default Fraud

From ''I Do's'' to divorce – some couples just never seem to separate. Take for example, a Staten Island couple featured in today's Fraud of the Day from the NYDailyNews.com. They were married in 2006, separated in 2007 and divorced in 2009. But, their...
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