Friday, October 22, 2021

COVID Feature: Home of the Fraudulent

Millions of Americans are financially suffering due to the severe negative impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on the economy. National monetary relief programs were approved to help relieve the financial stress put on individuals and businesses but many fraudsters have tried to take...

Fraud Starts at Home

Maryland resident Charlotte Etongwe pleaded guilty to defrauding the D.C. Medicaid program out of more than $250,000. She worked for eleven different home health agencies between July 2014 and March 2019 as a personal care aide. (None of her employers knew she was committing...

When in Doubt, Fraud it Out

Do you ever get that feeling like you shouldn't have to do something? Sometimes there's just no explanation for why you shouldn't have to do it – sometimes you just feel like you should be able to play by a different set of rules....

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...

Sprung A Leak

A taboo subject that most people don’t like to talk about is incontinence. The Urology Care Foundation reports that approximately a quarter to a third of men and women in the United States suffer from urinary incontinence. (No matter the cause, it can prevent...
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