Here’s a twist on a healthcare fraud story.
Eight Florida seniors have been indicted for their alleged roles in a $12.5 million Medicare home health scam.
15. April 2014
Last year, there were more than 3,600 reports of identity theft in Wisconsin. To combat this ever-growing issue, on Saturday, May 3, the Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin will host ShredFest, a free document-shredding event that looks to combat identity theft, the top consumer complaint to the FTC in the last three years.
14. April 2014
Financial fraud against seniors has risen six percent a year in the past five years–possibly even more, as many cases of fraud go unreported by seniors.
10. April 2014
The Federal Trade Commission has successfully shut down a scam operation that took more than $20 million from American senior citizens between May 2011 and December 2013.
9. April 2014
Have you been a victim of fraud? Do you wish someone would have told you more about fraud so you could have recognized the warning signs and been aptly prepared to handle it?
7. April 2014
When a Wisconsin elderly widow received a phone call saying she won $2.5 million through a lottery, she was overjoyed. She was told by the caller that she must pay sales tax in order to collect her winnings.
4. April 2014
Each year, the identities of nearly 2.5 million deceased Americans are used by fraudsters to open credit card accounts and apply for loans. It’s no secret: Your identity, whether you’re alive or dead, is never safe.
3. April 2014
Medical identity theft can do much more damage than you think. Yes, your money and identity can be taken away from you. But did you realize that your life is in danger as well?
2. April 2014
Did you purchase an e-book between April 1, 2010, to May 21, 2012? You may be eligible for account credits from a settlement reached in a price-fixing lawsuit with publishers.