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Recent Posts in Fraud Category

  • Helping the Government Crack Down on Fraud Nets Big Pay Day for Whistleblowers

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. || 2-Feb-2015

    By: Allan M. Siegel Federal investigators were able to get a record $16.65 billion penalty against Bank of America Corp., following a probe into Bank of America's mortgage practice in the years leading up to the financial crisis. Three individuals, and one company, provided the government with information helping it show how Bank of America, or the company it acquired in 2008, Countrywide ...
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  • By: Allan Siegel The D.C. Charter School Options has recently come under major scrutiny for possible Medicaid fraud in its busing program. Options is a school that works specifically with special needs children in the District. It is designed to help give these children the therapy, educational environment, and medical services that they need. Unlike the rest of the D.C. Public School System, ...
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  • What is consumer fraud?

    Posted By Page1Admin || 18-Feb-2011

    Fraud is a concept that relates to being misled into doing something that you would otherwise not have done but for the purposeful and intentional actions or words that led you to believe a particular set of facts were true when, in fact, they were always known to be untrue by the actor or the speaker. Consumer fraud is being misled into agreeing to purchase an item or services from another ...
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