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Jury convicts ex County employee for Workman’s Comp Fraud

Jury convicts ex County employee for Workman’s Comp Fraud

Boggess was employed by the Ventura County Human Services Agency. In March, 2007 she filed a workers compensation claim alleging she experienced “paralyzing pain.” She received medical treatment and temporary disability payments until November 2011, when she was cleared to return to work without restrictions.  Shortly thereafter, Boggess provided new work restrictions from a separate […]

Mendoza pleads guilty to felony grand theft: To be sentenced to 7 years 4 months

Mendoza pleads guilty to felony grand theft: To be sentenced to 7 years 4 months

Los Angeles resident arrested for allegedly defrauding victim in refi scheme

Los Angeles resident arrested for allegedly defrauding victim in refi scheme

The victim sought refinancing assistance from a Burbank business called Planet Investment Group. She was directed to the defendant, who was an employee. Over time, the defendant instructed the victim to deposit varying amounts of money into bank account numbers provided by the defendant, purportedly to assist with her refinancing effort. The investigation revealed the […]

Defendant sentenced to 14 years for bilking Financial Institutions out of $16 Million

Defendant sentenced to 14 years for bilking Financial Institutions out of $16 Million

By Jennifer Felten United States v. Vera Kuzmenko In this case the United States government brought an action against defendant Vera Kuzmenko, a real estate agent, and others, on account of a massive real estate fraud she orchestrated. The scheme involved the defendant obtaining real estate commissions by submitting grossly fraudulent loan applications to lenders […]

Shocker: JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Citi, To Purchase $1 Trillion Toxic Derivatives From Deutsche

This a huge potential financial scandal Why “buy” those derivatives- credit default swaps, which are basically bond default insurance, when they ae so risky? They should be paid well to take them. It can ONLY be a prelude to financially raping America. Why would American banks possibly want to buy these huge potential money losers […]

Simi Valley: Credit Card Fraud Leads to Pursuit and Arrest

Simi Valley: Credit Card Fraud Leads to Pursuit and Arrest

At about 5:38 p.m. on Sunday afternoon a clerk at the CVS Pharmacy, 3935 Cochran Street, called SVPD to report that two male subjects were attempting to purchase gift cards with a fraudulent credit card. As the first officer arrived in the area he noticed a vehicle leaving the parking lot of the business with […]

Watchdog: Obamacare Exchanges Fail to Detect Counterfeit Documents

Watchdog: Obamacare Exchanges Fail to Detect Counterfeit Documents

By Alexander Hendrie  Obamacare exchanges are failing to verify key enrollment information, according to a new report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). This new report is the latest in a long line finding that controls on federal and state Obamacare exchanges are abysmal. As part of its review, GAO tested application and enrollment controls on […]

Three defendants arrested for forging grant deed—Stealing Victim’s home

Three defendants arrested for forging grant deed—Stealing Victim’s home

Top Scientist Resigns Admitting Global Warming Is A Big Scam

Top Scientist Resigns Admitting Global Warming Is A Big Scam

IRS can’t verify illegal immigrant IDs, vulnerable to fraud: Audit

IRS can’t verify illegal immigrant IDs, vulnerable to fraud: Audit

The IRS cannot verify that illegal immigrants are who they say they are, the tax agency’s inspector general reported Thursday in a new study that says the government doesn’t have the tools to validate foreign governments’ identifying documents, and could be paying refunds without truly knowing who it’s sending them to. IRS agents also don’t […]