Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
There’s nearly nothing more disturbing than to find out someone has stolen your identity to committee a crime, especially a crime that brings the bad boys (federal government) out. I have posted many articles related to these types of thefts where individual’s social security number has been stolen and used for illegal gains. It has an effect of practically destroys a person’s life that is, the victim and now with this digital ability of hackers there far more reason to keep your personal information as private as possible. This includes when you go to places like: doctor, dental, and so forth. You know they ask on their forms for that SSN, don’t write it down. All the information they need can be obtained from your health card. If you haven’t read some of these talk about individuals in these types of business stealing and selling people’s SSN.
Today’s we have three CrimeDivas, Michelle Gibbs, 36, of Warren, Denise Baker, 24, of Detroit, and Bionca Walker, 24, also of Detroit, who have pleaded guilty to tax-fraud conspiracy, which they obtained over $600,000 in fraudulent returns.
The three admitted they obtained the names and Social Security numbers of various individuals. They then used that information to submit 2008 income tax returns that falsely claimed First Time Homebuyer Tax Credits. [It took a minute for this to catch up with them, but as I have continually said, it will.] The three used over 65 illegally obtain names and social security numbers. [You know with the extremely high risk and rate of people ability to get their hands on the very private information, I believe it’s time for the government to get rid of the current SSN as ways to identify people. These numbers as assigned at birth and stays with a person until death, however, are easily target for misuse.] What do you think about this? Feel free to leave a comment, and click follow if you haven’t already to keep up with CrimeDivas.
If you enjoy reading true crime stories; “Password,” is great to begin the late summer with. This is a short story that’s based on an attorney’s experience when she was a young girl and was passionate about computer games and the challenges the internet invited, which later sent her to prison. I invite you to read the excerpt and then download to your eReader, available on Amazo.com and other eBook stores.
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