Monday, September 20, 2021

Deliberate

Fraud is any deliberate act to take property or money by deception from a victim. In other words, it’s an intentional act to deceive for the purposes of unlawfully or unfairly gaining something. (It’s driven by a fraudster’s need to become wealthy without having to actually...

Bevy of Fraudsters

Medicare reimburses for legitimate home healthcare services delivered by medical providers. Because home healthcare is provided in a patient’s own home, this less expensive, more convenient service is considered just as effective as the care provided in a hospital or skilled nursing facility. Leave...

Clinically Fraudulent

A doctor is supposed to advocate for their patients and uphold the Hippocratic Oath. While most doctors do this, there are a few rotten apples who seek to take advantage of their patients. This is the case for a doctor from Port Neches, Tex.,...

Singing a Sad Song

Most country songs tell stories about human nature and the tragic circumstances that are often part of life. Even though this category of music most often covers broken hearts and regret, a fair amount of crooning covers lying, cheating and stealing as well. The...

Family Tree of Fraud

Sometimes there is nothing quite as enjoyable as family time. Bringing together the gang to bond and celebrate the pure joy of committing fraud together. Wait, what? While some families prefer to play sports or go to church together, others take to fraud. According...

Those Who Lie Together Stay Together

A good marital relationship is usually based on trust, love, and mutual interests. One Texas couple is facing prison time together because of their shared interest in fraud and greed. (Not exactly a solid foundation for a great marriage.) George “Compound King” Tompkins and his...

Two Doctors, A Nurse, and a CEO

Two doctors and a nurse from Gainesville, Tex., have been convicted of healthcare fraud and could face up to 35 years in federal prison. Consequently, Dr. Mark E. Gibbs, Dr. Laila Hirjee, and nurse Tammie Little face decades behind bars in federal prison. A federal...

Sick of Fraud

Hospice programs offer medical services and emotional support to patients who are facing the end of their life. Hospice workers are required to be licensed and certified in order to provide this specialized care. (Obviously, you wouldn't want someone who is not qualified to...
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