Thursday, December 2, 2021

Splitting the Difference

Medicaid offers a Personal Care Assistant (PCA) Program that provides assistance for those who are experiencing chronic health care issues or difficulty in completing functions necessary for daily living. The program, which is administered at the state level, provides in-home, non-emergency health related...

Neglected Because of Fraud

The Illinois Department of Human Services Home Services Program provides services to disabled beneficiaries so they can remain in their own homes, while living as independently as possible. The News-Democrat reports on an Illinois woman, who received Medicaid funds while caring for a...

What a Sham

A sham is something that is not what it appears to be. It's usually required to commit fraud. The Courier-Journal reports on the owners of two bogus medical supply companies who tried to bilk Medicare of approximately $4 million in fraudulent claims....

Threatening Fraud

The Sovereign Citizen Movement includes anti-government extremists who reside in the United States but believe they do not have to answer to any U.S. government authority. Sovereign citizens are not known for paying their taxes (So, I guess we're just supposed to pay their...

Cutting the Cord on Lifeline Fraud

Lifeline, a federal subsidy program that provides discounted phone service for qualifying low-income consumers, ensures that Americans in every state, territory and commonwealth, including Tribal lands, have access to affordable communication services. Recipients of the benefit are required to have income at or below...

Dimming the Lights

Children are beacons of light and hope for the world. Most parents want their children to have a bright future and will go to great efforts to provide the best educational opportunities available. However, not everyone can afford to send their children...

Bad Credit

Unless you have a large stash of cash at your disposal, you have to borrow money to buy things you need or want. Large ticket items, like a new house or automobile usually require a loan from a financial institution. (Or you could try...

Because I Told You So

Let's regress back to our childhood for just a moment. Remember some of the unfair rules: (1) no dessert unless you eat all of dinner, (2) no hitting your sibling, (3) no staying up late on school nights and so on. During the protest...

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...

Exchanging Visas for Jail Time

Have you had the opportunity to travel internationally? Whether you're jet-setting to shady palm trees in the Caribbean, or on a student exchange program, you'll need to be well-versed on the appropriate identification documents necessary for travel. Let's look at the reverse; for example,...
- Advertisement -

Get Your Fraud Fix!

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