Protected: Types of Bank Fraud

Protected: Types of Bank Fraud


Posted By on Jun 14, 2017

Bank Frauds have become extremely common nowadays. The advancement of technology has made things easier for scammers.  They have been using a variety of techniques to steal your money or identity, thereby making it vulnerable. Taking the right measures to protect yourself from these fraudulent activities is vital. There are various forms of bank frauds taking place these days. We have discussed the most common types and how to prevent...

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Some time ago, in the state of Florida, there was a quick discussion whether or not those caught with the possession of drugs should have a lesser penalty as compared to those actually caught trafficking these illegal substances. This law would allow non-violent drug users and addicts to get the help and rehabilitation that they actually needed instead of keeping them locked up behind bars without the treatment that was necessary for...

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Medicare fraud and abuse is a serious offense and is punishable to the full extent of the law. Generally, Medicare abuse is when a provider fails to follow good medical practices. One of the most common illegal practices involves performing services that aren’t medically necessary. Continue reading below for more information regarding Medicare fraud and abuse. Common Medicare Abuse Practices Excessive charges for supplies Excessive...

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Did you get arrested but not convicted? Usually, the judge or others involved will tell you that you have a clean record. But, sometimes this isn’t true. Generally, people find this out when they are applying for a job, apartment or other life necessity that requires a background check. As a person that just found this out, you might feel stuck, but there is good news. In some cases, an attorney can help you by doing a procedure...

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Protected: How to Avoid Mortgage Fraud

Protected: How to Avoid Mortgage Fraud


Posted By on Apr 14, 2017

Mortgage Frauds are on the rise as scammers are coming up with new plotting schemes to cheat people and entities for money.  It usually involves the misinterpretation of facts, figures and financial transactions that eventually forms the motive for mortgage frauds. What is Mortgage Fraud? A Mortgage Fraud is a two-way street since it can be committed by both lenders and borrowers.  According to the FBI, this is a criminal offense in...

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