I am forever amazed at how an individual can convince someone else to commit a crime with him or her that will lead him or her to be incarcerated. … Continue reading →
Repost by Bridget Small Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Online scammers are recruiting. They’re looking for people to help them transfer money and stolen goods. Of course, they don’t come right … Continue reading →
Is it a good idea to have an affair or intimate relationship with the boss? Is it a good idea to have access to the boss’s financial accounts when having … Continue reading →
I am forever amazed when I visit the Inspector General site and see all the fraud that has/is being committed in the medical field. It’s alarming to see … Continue reading →
REPOST by Lesley Fair Attorney, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC The scam is called card cracking and it may start off innocently enough. You see a post on … Continue reading →
Sisterhood is a precious bonding that is rare and hard to come by, but when that union is to commit a crime it becomes a snowball from hell, as in … Continue reading →
For over twenty years, Michael Yedor, 62, of Los Angeles, and Paul A. Anderson, 58 of Apple Valley stole over $36 million dollars from Delta and Norwest Airlines while they … Continue reading →
crime stories that provide more than the police profile and one sided reporting, you are going to love all the details to this mixture of terrorists, government, and guess what else?