Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
The post today is about two women involved in petty white-collar crimes, but the effects are still the same. It will cost them far more than the several thousand of dollars they tried to cheat the insurance companies out of.
Today’s CrimeDivas are: Tonya Gorham, 36, and Martha Cole, 30, both from Fayetteville N.C. Ms. Gorham was charged with insurance fraud, obtaining property by false pretense, conspiring to obtain property by false pretense and filing a false police report. Ms. Cole was charged with insurance fraud, attempting to obtain property by false pretense, conspiring to obtain property by false pretense and filing a false police report.
According to records, Ms. Gorham claimed that someone broke into her home and stole items including a diamond ring. She filed a claim with Liberty Mutual Insurance and was paid $14,500. Ms. Cole claimed she was robbed and claimed $26,000. Here’s how they got caught . . . they filed their claims with the same insurance company and then claimed some of the same items in both reports, including the diamond ring.
Come on ladies . . . I hate to use this word s_____d, but girls, the same insurance company and claiming the same items. No, no . . . . that’s definitely a recipe for — let’s go to prison. Wake up ladies and start reading the news and these posts.
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