Thursday, December 1, 2022

Guest Writer: Delena D Spann

Fraud Analytics: 21st Century Technology A new cache of fraud analytics has entered the 21st Century rockin' and rollin' at an all-time high. Fraud has spread across the globe and fraud professionals predict that the amount of fraud will continue to increase as this decade...

Stop the Bleeding in Health Insurance Exchange Fraud

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has provided millions of Americans an opportunity to get health insurance and has generated positive benefits for insurers, as well. However, the way that people now purchase health care plans – through online health care exchanges – has opened...

Fast Track to Prison

One of the most fraudulent uses of food stamps is selling them in exchange for cash or other unapproved items. A recent Missouri case focuses on two individuals selling methamphetamine (definitely an unapproved item) in exchange for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. Co-defendants Melanie...

No Rentals Here

Semaj Portis registered a company called Forever Riding with the Missouri Secretary of state. The name of the business suggests a business of activity such as riding bike or riding horse. For Portis it meant riding out the opportunities to commit fraud with COVID-19...

Whirlwind of Fraud

Fraud is like a whirlwind. Once a criminal is successful at collecting money or benefits they don't deserve, they often get caught up in the ruse and greediness causes the deception to continue through additional schemes. (If it worked once, why not try it...

Hide and Seek with Fraud

'Okay everyone? I will count and you go hide? 10...9...8...7...'? If that doesn't bring back childhood memories, I don't know what else will. There is nothing like a good game of hide and seek, especially when you're playing for money and jail time against...

Stop-n-Steal

A lot of food stamp fraud occurs at small food markets or other establishments that accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. Perhaps the owners of these establishments figure that their stores are so small that the government will never detect that they are...

The Fraudster’s Cake Company

Two years ago, on August 3, 2020, Christen Schulte pled guilty to wire fraud, bank fraud, and money laundering from her employer and other individuals associated with her employer as a book keeper and office manager of a farm and trucking company. Despite the...

Stopping Payments to the Dead

In today's world of fiscal uncertainty, it's not hard to find a story in the news where an elected official talks about dysfunctional government, increasing taxes or budget cuts. As the saying goes, it seems the only things we can really count on in...

Bon Voyage

Home healthcare is a great alternative for individuals who want to remain in the comfort of their own homes. Not only does it enable recipients to maintain their independence, but it’s also less expensive than skilled nursing facilities. (In other words, home healthcare saves tax...
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