Monday, March 8, 2021

Some Fraudsters Never Learn

There are people who make mistakes, but learn from them. Then there are fraudsters, who sometimes repeatedly commit the same illegal acts, but never learn that they will eventually be caught and prosecuted...again and again. One repeat offender from Rhode Island didn't learn from her...

There’s No Place Like Home

Whether you prefer the mantra, ''There's no place like home,'' or ''Home is where the heart is,'' you're certain to associate a particular comfort with your ''home.'? For many, the home is a place of memories. The thought of losing a home often resonates...

Unemployment Fraud Fiction

Unfortunately in the world of fraud, much of the time, we seem to find ''a lot'' of fraud, and ''a little'' prosecution. Good news? That's not the case in today's Fraud of the Day from WSPA News. As June came to an end, the heat...

Black Belt in Fraud

Workers’ Compensation programs are intended to aid those who have been injured on-the-job and are unable to return to work. This program provides financial support to the injured party in the form of wage compensation. Fraudsters often seek to exploit workers’ compensation benefits by...

Is It Really Over?

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) fraud a.k.a. food stamp fraud will never end until government program beneficiaries stop trading in their benefits to fraudulent store owners, looking to make a quick buck. An article posted on TurnTo10.com states that a two-year investigation into food...

Not Who She Appears to Be

Medicaid is a federal healthcare program that is meant to aid those with limited income and resources. Over 70 million Americans are currently covered by Medicaid. Low-income families, pregnant women, children, and individuals with disabilities are just a few of the groups qualified to...

Triple-Dipping

When you think of triple-dipping, perhaps ice cream cones with your favorite flavors come to mind. A Chicago Tribune story tells about how a man triple-dipped by stealing unemployment benefits from the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training (RI-DLT) while working two other...

Coping

Throughout life we all encounter difficult situations that require a certain amount of time to cope with said situation. People find many different coping mechanisms. Some prefer physical activity, such as walking/running, some prefer to talk to someone such as a therapist and others...

Driving Away with Fraud

Each state has a program that provides unemployment benefits to eligible workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own. A man in Rhode Island collected more than $15,000 in benefits he did not deserve while simultaneously working multiple jobs. (That would definitely...

Wiping Out Widespread Food Stamp Fraud

According to an article posted on TurnTo10.com, one out of every 20 food stamp transactions is fraudulent. This statistic supports the idea that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) fraud is a widespread problem. The story details the criminal acts of one corrupt...
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