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Missing Humvees and Whistleblowers

The United States spends about $650 billion on defense spending. That is almost a trillion dollars – $1,000,000,000,000.00! With a budget that size and much of the money being spent in war ravaged countries, our armed services are bound to lose things. A recent report from watchdog.org, however, says we recently lost $500 million of [...]

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Ellwood Jones Revisited

We first wrote about stockbroker Ellwood Jones in March of 2013. Back then we were investigating Jones for selling a Ponzi scheme to customers. At the time, Jones already had two major blemishes on his record.  Since that post things have gotten worse. Today he is out of the securities industry and his former employer [...]

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Call to Whistleblowers – Hep C Drugs Cost Taxpayers $4.7 Billion!

Hepatitis C drugs are threatening to bankrupt the federal Medicare program. Spending on these new drugs has increased more than 15 fold in just one year. Some prescriptions cost taxpayers $1000 per day! Drug companies are having a field day feeding at the pubic trough but taxpayers are paying the bill. The huge costs are [...]

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Investigating Paul Jablon -PIWM Fraud

We are currently investigating whether a stockbroker sold investments in a Ponzi type scheme. Paul Jablon worked for NFP Financial at the time the investments were sold.  The investments were in a product called PIWM or “Private International Wealth Management.” NFP has reportedly paid millions of dollars to quietly settle claims that its brokers sold [...]

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LPL Broker Borrowed from Clients, Barred from Industry

Raymond Schmidt, a former stockbroker employed by LPL Financial, was barred from future employment in the financial industry. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) claims he borrowed $2.25 million from his customers. Although borrowing money from clients is not illegal, it is frowned upon and most brokerage firms don’t let employees do it. Schmidt ran [...]

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Swiss Bank BSI Cooperates with IRS

Banca della Svizzera Italiana – BSI for short – is one of the oldest banks in Switzerland. Founded in 1873, the bank has approximately $25.7 billion (USD) in assets and 2000 employees. Today, however, the bank’s balance sheet is a little short… about $211 million less. That’s because yesterday, BSI agreed to an amnesty deal [...]

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Banker Cooperates with Feds, Avoids Prison (FBAR Post)

Andreas Bachmann, a former Credit Suisse banker, was spared prison and instead received probation after cooperating with the IRS and U.S. Department of Justice. Bachmann was sentenced this month after pleading guilty to conspiracy to defraud the IRS. Prosecutors say he helped wealthy Americans evade U.S. taxes by hiding money in offshore accounts. Owning a [...]

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IRS Search Leads to Suicide

This is a sad, sad story. It is a reminder of why the government must always be vigilant in how it conducts its business. Particularly, with how the IRS collects taxes and enforces the Tax Code. The story begins in 2007 and is still winding its way through the courts. A recent decision by a [...]

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Belvedere Management Flouts Regulator’s “No Sell” Order

Investigative journalist David Marchant appears to be hot on the trail of Belvedere Management. It took just one day for regulators to act after David exposed some very distressing facts about the financial services giant. On March 18th, just 24 hours after Marchant’s Offshore Alert story appeared, the Financial Services Commission (FSC) of the government [...]

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Fuel Oil Scam Rocks NYC – Whistleblower Post

Most of the False Claims Act cases we write about involve Medicare fraud, residential mortgage programs or federally insured banks. Although all False Claims Act cases involve tax dollars or tax supported programs, the government usually isn’t the victim. Taxpayers are. A case this week from New York City shows that sometimes the government itself [...]

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