Thursday, December 8, 2022

Don’t Need A Watch In Jail

Muhammad Ateeq didn’t need to be in the United States to concoct and manage a lucrative scheme to rob from the United States Medicare program. He did it from the comfort of his office at Home Health Care Consulting in Islamabad, Pakistan, submitting, processing,...

A Lifeline For Fraudsters, Too

There is no manual written on what to do for economic security during a pandemic. The Covid-19 pandemic was first recorded in the United States on January 13, 2020. On March 13, 2020, the President of the United States declared a nationwide emergency. Businesses...

Compromised

Fraud is not new. The first registered case of fraud can be found in 3000 BC when Greek sea merchant Hegestratos took an insurance policy against his ship and cargo and purposely sunk it to collect off his loss. Let it be noted, that...

Over and Above

Fraudsters are in business to make as much money as quickly as possible. Therefore, it is highly unlikely that they would submit claims to a government health care program undercharging for services. The owners of a non-emergency medical transport company went over and above...

Stealing as a Full-time Occupation

Katrina Pierce, a South Side Chicago woman, could very well fall into the “stealing as a full-time occupation” category. She has been charged for obtaining dozens of death certificates for young Chicago murder victims, posing as their relative. Pierce purportedly used the stolen identities...

Beware of Criminal Mothers

One of the many responsibilities of being a parent includes being a protector. A lot of effort is put forth to warn children of strangers, but what happens when it’s the parent that is the problem? Melissa D. Wasylak, 49, of East Alton, Ill.,...

We’re On a Mission For Fraud

Classic line from John Belushi, as “Joliet” Jake Blues, to his brother Elwood Blues, played by Dan Akroyd, in the 1980 movie Blues Brothers - “Well thank you pal! The day I get out of prison, my own brother picks me up in a...

Family-run Fraud

A father, his three sons and their alleged conspiracy to commit food stamp fraud are the subject of today's ''Fraud of the Day.'' An article in The Times of Northwest Indiana states that the family of four was indicted for their purported roles...

Subject: Fraud

What was your favorite subject in school? Perhaps math class was your thing – numbers and equations were easy for you. Not a math lover? Maybe you were interested in biology or English. According to a KMOV.com article, one couple thought they had excelled...

Not Genuine

Genuine is not usually a characteristic you could use to describe fraudsters; however, an article published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch tells about two brothers who were genuine in their attempts to commit food stamp fraud through the East St. Louis market they owned...
- Advertisement -

Get Your Fraud Fix!

Five days a week wake up to the most current fraud article in your inbox.