Thursday, March 4, 2021

Faked Out

Some people have expensive taste, but can't afford to buy the real thing; so, they purchase knock-offs or counterfeit consumer goods that look almost identical to expensive name brand items. Whether the fake items are designer clothes, high-end purses, imitation Rolex watches or Cubic...

Stealing from Children

The State of New York provides special education services to children of preschool age who have developmental disabilities. Once these children enter kindergarten, these services are usually provided by the public school system. Prior to that time, the state funds authorized contractors, who provide...

Obstructing Fraud

Employment tax fraud can occur when an employer fails to pay the federal government employment taxes, which include federal income tax withholding, Social Security taxes, Medicare taxes and unemployment taxes. There are multiple ways to commit employment tax fraud, but NBCnews.com reports on one...

Fraud at a Distance

Distance learning is big business, and many accredited universities and learning institutions offer a variety of degrees and certificate programs online. The benefits of online programs are numerous, including convenience, flexibility, cost and choice. Distance learning students do not have to be physically present...

I’m Having a Fraud Attack

Would you know what to do if someone exclaimed? ''I'm having a heart attack?'? My guess is that you are not a cardiologist, so your knowledge of treatment past calling 9-1-1 and providing CPR would probably be limited. According to a NorthJersey.com article, one...

Searching for Victims

Fraud always has victims. Whether unsuspecting targets are readily available or fraudsters have to work a little harder to find them, someone always gets hurt in the end. A story reported on NJ.com details how one repeat offender targeted elderly women to...

Railroad Pension Fraud Scam May Have cost $1 Billion

The FBI have charged 11 people with fraud charges ''in connection with a massive pension scam involving fake disability claims by Long Island Railroad workers that COULD cost the agency $1 billion,'' according to the New York Post. The federal complaint alleges that Railroad workers...

NJ for the Win

States nationwide are making attempts to bring a stop to the countless fraud scams that run through the veins of the government. Whether criminals are targeting food stamps or Social Security programs, the ability to ''track and crack'' cases is often difficult, without appropriate...

Bookkeeper Found Guilty of Disability Fraud

If you are thinking about committing unemployment fraud in New Jersey, you may want to re-think your plans; the Garden State is taking the matter very seriously, as one Newark family found out in today's fraud from NJToday.net. A joint investigation between New Jersey's Division...

Have a Heart

When you hear the words, ''have a heart,'' it usually refers to expressing care and compassion for those less fortunate. Cardiologists are doctors who ''have a heart'' for those with heart ailments and strive to repair cardiac issues so patients can hopefully live...
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