Three Charged in Superseding Indictment from Medicare Fraud Scheme


The Federal Bureau of Investigation is reporting that three Miami residents have been charged in a superseding indictment with health care fraud violations stemming from a $23 million Medicare fraud scheme. On October 9, a grand jury sitting in the Southern District of Florida returned a 16-count superseding indictment, charging Guillermo Delgado, 45; Gabriel Delgado, […]

Medicare Open Enrollment Period Begins Today


It’s prime time for Medicare. Beginning today through December 7, Medicare beneficiaries have the opportunity to enroll in, switch or disenroll from Medicare standalone prescription drug plans (Medicare Part D) and Medicare Advantage plans (Medicare Part C). This annual enrollment period provides you an opportunity to compare your coverage choices for the upcoming year. If you […]

Celebrity Click-Bait Scam Duping Consumers


It’s not uncommon to see an image of well-known celebrity on the Internet in a news story. It’s also not uncommon to see celebrities in banner ads and pop-ups promoting a product. But scammers are beginning to catch on to that frequent trend and are using celebrites’ names and photos as “click bait” to get […]

Fraud: It Can Happen to You


In the case of fraud, don’t ever think “It can never happen to me.” Because it can. Many people believe the worst can never happen to them. But it can happen to anyone, anytime, anywhere. The Wall Street Journal reports that folks 50 and older are very susceptible to fraud because of the likelihood they […]