Friday, January 21, 2022

Fraud” the Nor’easter

Meteorologists have taken to naming large storms like hurricanes, typhoons and nor'easters to warn people about dangerous incoming storms. At different points in history, officials have explored names to include political figures and even radio names. Today, there is a process to naming large...

When Disaster Strikes

When it comes to the different kinds of fraud out there, some are certainly worse than others. Some kinds of fraud are so heartless that you have to wonder how these criminals can go through with it. Disaster fraud is one of...

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...

One Too Many Houses

We are all familiar with the challenges of the housing market. For those who struggle to make ends meet, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds a program – managed by local public housing authorities – known as ''Section 8.'' This...

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...

Homebodies

People are just so forgetful these days. It seems that no one can ever remember the number of people living in their homes. It's easy to forget, especially when there are so many. According to Montgomery Media, three Pennsylvania women have...

Two New Yorkers Face Charges in Connection with Public Housing Fraud Cases

In life, there are things that we want, like great jobs and nice cars, and things that we need. At a minimum, the basic needs can be narrowed down to food, clothing and shelter. If you are lacking in one of those three key...

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...

A Change for the Worst

People are always trying to change their appearance – work out regimens, plastic surgery, anti-aging products, new apparel and identity fraud. Wait...Identity Fraud? You read it right – especially if the change in identity can assist you in receiving public housing benefits. (Who can...

Pennsylvania Saves over $25 Million by Cracking Down on Welfare Fraud

Pennsylvania's Department of Welfare is getting tough on welfare fraud and state legislators are taking notice. State Senator David Argall, who served as chairman of the Senate's Government Management and Cost Study Commission last year, recently praised the Department of Welfare's (DPW) actions to...
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