Friday, December 2, 2022

Knowing Right from Wrong

You would think that a licensed attorney would know better than to commit Medicaid fraud. After all, lawyers are experts in knowing right from wrong. (Or at least you would think so.) Licensed attorney Susan Engonwei Tingwei, 44, of Silver Spring, Md., pleaded guilty...

Aiding and Abetting

Medicaid is a state-run health care insurance program intended to aid low income individuals and families, not fraudsters. Beneficiaries can use this health insurance program to cover things such as doctor’s appointments, medical treatments, and home health care. Fraudsters frequently target the government healthcare...

It’s the Little Things

The U.S. Government is good at tracking down trivial details, but most fraudsters think that it is a bumbling bureaucracy that is inefficient and unaware of many of the little lies criminals submit to illegally qualify for healthcare benefits. Sikirat Adunni Brown, 60, of...

The Death of Fraud

County Coroners usually investigate human deaths, whenever victims die unexpectedly or suspicious circumstances are involved. Their job is to provide confirmation and certification that a person is deceased. Corners can be appointed or elected officials and they come from all walks of life. (They...

There Was a Crooked Man…

Chiropractors are supposed to be master manipulators—of the human spine, that is. But a press release issued by the U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Columbia, details the scheme of a chiropractor who manipulated the D.C. Medicaid program out of more than $50,000 with fraudulent...

Mooch

Moochers are usually not well thought of, and neither are fraudsters. (Both prey on the generosity of others to get something they really don't deserve.) Not all moochers are fraudsters, but fraudsters are generally considered to be moochers. An article published by the Charleston...
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