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New Twist in Medicare Fraud – Arrest the Patients!

Medicare fraud is out of control. Taxpayers lose billions each year to a wide variety of Medicare fraud scams. Not only do these scams hurt taxpayers, some also endanger the lives of patients. A recent case in Philadelphia, however, suggests that sometimes patients are part of the problem. One type of Medicare fraud involves ambulance [...]

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Hospital Group Settles Medicare Fraud Kickback Case

Paying kickbacks to doctors in order to get patient referrals is considered Medicare fraud and illegal. It’s also bad for patients. Unfortunately, many hospitals continue to engage in elaborate patient kickback and referral schemes. The latest hospital to get caught is the South Shore Physician Hospital Organization. Based in Massachusetts the hospital group must now [...]

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“Banks Are Under Assault” – Bank Fraud Post

JPMorgan Chase has almost $2.5 trillion in assets making it the largest bank in America. Last week after reporting dismal earnings, Chase CEO Jamie Dimon blamed regulators for the bank’s earnings woes and claimed “banks are under assault” by regulators. To us, it is like hearing a bank robber lash out at the NYPD and [...]

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“More Paper Than A Stationary Store” – Stockbroker Fraud

Today’s Wall Street Journal ran a cover story about margin debt and the dangers it poses for unsuspecting or unsophisticated investors. One of those unsuspecting investors, Edith Steirman, is a woman in her 80′s. According to the Journal, she allegedly “borrowed” $3,525 on margin from Merrill l Lynch in the 1980′s. Recently she received a [...]

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Whistleblower to Receive $23 Million in Office Depot Case

“Our actions speak louder than words. We are accountable: doing what we say we’re going to do efficiently and on time.” These words come directly from Office Depot’s vision statement, part of the company’s code of ethics. Last week, Office Depot agreed to pay $68,500,000.00 to settle charges that it defrauded California government customers. Evidently, [...]

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Court Greenlights “Usual and Customary” Medicare Fraud Case

Federal Medicare guidelines require that pharmacies and hospitals submit their “usual and customary” price for prescriptions billed to the federal Medicare program. Similar rules exist for drugs billed to Medicaid. The government wants to insure that it gets the best deal on prescription drugs. Since Medicare and Medicaid are taxpayer funded programs, the government wants [...]

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Court Sanctions Two Whistleblowers $1.6 Million

When a whistleblower files a case under the federal False Claims Act, the case is filed under seal meaning it is secret. Obviously whistleblowers can discuss the case with their lawyers, prosecutors and federal law enforcement officials but that is pretty much it. Can you tell your spouse about the case? Probably but whistleblowers are [...]

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Haitian Relief Efforts Mean Whistleblower Opportunities

The effects of the 2010 magnitude 7.0 earthquake in Haiti were devastating. Tens of thousands of people killed. Over 100, 000 buildings destroyed. In the days and weeks after the quake, famine and disease. Over a million people living on the streets. The United States was there to help, pledging $3.6 billion in relief efforts. [...]

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UBS Accused of Trust Fraud

UBS Financial Services is being sued for $4.5 million by the beneficiaries of a trust. The suit says that UBS breached its fiduciary duty to the beneficiaries by mismanaging the trust’s assets. The trust’s primary beneficiary, Sanchez Carmona, claims the brokerage firm mismanaged the trust in order to generate management fees and commissions for itself. [...]

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Oh the Arrogance! (Whistleblower Post)

Most of our fraud posts related to the finance industry have some direct tie to a whistleblower suit against a bank or some egregious fraud by a lender. This post is a bit different; it helps explain exactly why Wall Street keeps misbehaving. The same traits that helped build Wall Street and made the U.S. [...]

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