Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Therefore, Today Shall Be Fraud Day

Arlinda Moriarty appeared to have it all: a successful business, awards for her work, and even a proclamation from the city for being a good citizen. “Arlinda Moriarty Day!” However, on September 28, 2022, a U.S. Federal Judge issued Moriarty a different kind of...

Prior Conviction

Maybe the kind of businesswoman Barbara Martin actually was could have been figured out by the actions behind her application to be a Medicaid provider in 2013. Martin had falsely listed her daughter, Zamika Walls, on the application as the person who ran the...

Portable Fraud

O’Lear was the president of Portable Radiology Services, a company that supposedly provided portable X-ray services to individuals residing in nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities and long-term care facilities. But the reality of it was that O’Lear only provided portable fraud. From 2013 through 2017,...

Contract Work

The risk of Covid-19 during the pandemic made it unsafe for non-Covid 19 medical care, thus the invention of telemedicine care. Doctors worked from home meeting patients on line to administer medical care. But like so many other Covid-19 programs and newly formed businesses...

Not the Marvel Superhero

If anyone was hoping to attend the Church and Pastoral Anniversary, planned at the Apostolic Ark Pentecostal Church by Reverend Marvel Johnson, it has been cancelled. That is probably because Marvel needs to report to prison. One September 15, 2022, Marvel, a citizen of Jamacia...

The White Lab Coat

Often seen as a symbol of authority and professionalism, the white lab coat frequently is conferred on new students during a ceremony held at the very beginning of medical school. The tradition began in the late 1800s, when trained surgeons, followed by physicians not too...

Do It 4 The Fraud

Glenn Pair and Markuetric Stringfellow's after-school program, Do-It-4-The-Hood Corporation, ran in North Carolina from 2016 to 2018. Pair and the other co-conspirators paid people to recruit at-risk youths eligible through North Carolina Medicaid for after-school and youth mentoring programs run by companies Pair operated. Pair...

Riddle Of The Day

“Riddle of the day:” What does a fraudster do while waiting to be sentenced for committing fraud? Answer: Commit another fraud of course! Or at least that is what Nicole Steiner, from Stratford, Connecticut did after she pled guilty to Medicaid fraud in 2021....

If At First You Don’t Succeed, Try, Try, and Try Again

Nicole Kasimatis got caught the first time she committed fraud. So, she tried again. And again. She tried four times to be exact. Kasimatis was first indicted in 2015 and 2018 for public assistance fraud, larceny, document forgery and uttering a false money order....

Fraud – The Only Service Offered Here

Moriarty Consultants, Activity Daily Living Services, Everyday People Staffing and Coordination Care. All were all companies owned by Arlinda Moriarty and Daynelle Dickens and approved under the Pennsylvania Medicaid program to offer personal assistance services, service coordination, and other services to qualifying Medicaid recipients....