Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves



    Have you ever written a check and found out later that there were insufficient funds to cover it. According to the law you can be prosecuted for bank fraud if certain circumstances are in play.  Overdrafts, I believe, occur a lot in the banking industry that is, customers/members writing checks and do not have sufficient funds to cover.  But, isn’t that why the banks offer you the option to have an overdraft, or they reject the check, but most honor the check to get that hefty overdraft fee they charge or non-sufficient fee they charge.  Well, it was a little shocking when I first read that someone was actually convicted and sentenced to prison for this action because it is not unusual . . . . Right!

Today’s CrimeDiva, Kelly Taylor, 52, of Davenport, Iowa, was sentenced to a year and a day in prison for defrauding a credit union.

What happened? Ms. Taylor was an owner of a business and for five months wrote checks from her business checking account and deposited them into her personal account at the Scott Schools Credit Union, but there wasn’t enough funds in the business account to cover the checks. The real problem, however, was the fraud she committed  when she wrote additional checks from her personal checking account, and then deposited them in the business account, which had insufficient funds, to cover the checks she had deposited from the business checks.  You all remember this is known as  . . . the floating scam.

Yes, this appears to be a purposeful act of deceit; don’t do this. First, it’s wrong and second the paper trail is very obvious.

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Back to the most important topic of this post, preventing professional women from committing these white-collar crimes by exposing the crimes and having an open dialogue about it; that is our mission. But, we need your help and you can assist in several ways, the easiest is to start a conversation about this site and the information you read and learned. Or get a CrimeDiva’s T-shirt (only $12, click on the picture), wear it, and start a conversation. The more we expose this epic situation (professional women committing white-collar crimes), the more women we will reach to stop from ending up in prison.

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