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21 July 2014 12:04 AM A Dallas businessman's hospitals improperly billed Medicare 80 percent of the time and kept doing so even after government auditors repeatedly warned administrators of the problem, according to federal court records.
Nicola Daly claimed £100,000 in council tax, housing benefit and income support payments for almost nine years. Today Daly, of Tilehurst, Berkshire , was starting a 16-month jail sentence for the fraud which was only discovered after her elderly
Disturbingly, three of the fake pages have been set up in the names of young West Australian children who were killed. The sites are further traumatising already grief-stricken families, including relatives of Canberra victim Liliane Derden. At least
Scandals such as plagiarizing and producing fake papers have occurred in academia in many countries, but a recent case of alleged academic fraud involving a local professor has revealed a long-term serious problem in Taiwanese academic circles.
The head of two publicly-traded companies has pleaded guilty to charges he paid kickbacks in return for the purchase of his firms' stock. The U.S. attorney's office says 48-year-old Shailesh Shah of Chino, California, pleaded guilty Friday in federal
Adam Dandach, also known as Fadi Fadi Dandach, was stopped by FBI agents as he was about to board a flight at John Wayne Airport to Istanbul, Turkey. Dandach had applied in June for an expedited U.S. passport, citing that he had accidentally thrown
Australians lost $5,065,359 on lottery and sweepstakes scams last year...Fake lottery companies also often ask for detailed personal information which leaves recipients vulnerable to identity theft...When the Sunday Canberra Times contacted the
Some of Johannesburg's major shopping malls, hotels, real estate agencies and car dealers have allegedly been colluding to defraud the city of more than R200 million, The Saturday Star reported. An investigation into council staff involved in
The ministry of corporate affairs has ordered investigations into the affairs of more than 150 companies for alleged fraudulent activities in the last three years till June 2014, Parliament was informed on Friday. According to a written reply
Laurie Samuels Fraud is one of the fasting growing crimes in America with senior citizens being common targets...Office of Consumer Affairs attributes approximately $100 billion a year to fraud. In this age of information, anyone in possession of a