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The “Return Fraud” Scheme

Fraud comes in many forms and ingenious schemes. Merchants are now becoming victims of “Return Fraud,” where thieves are stealing from them without leaving the store. How “Return Fraud” Works With the “Return Fraud” scheme, people will bring back stolen goods, counterfeit receipts, and merchandise that has been used or work and exchange them for […]

The Crime of “Defrauding an Innkeeper”

The term of “defrauding an innkeeper” refers to not paying after eating at restaurants or drinks at bars, buying fuel at gas stations, or staying at hotels or motels. While it may seem like a minor “prank,” it’s a serious crime that can be prosecuted as either a misdemeanor or felony, some of which carry […]

Medical Identity Theft

Definition of Medical Identity Theft Identity theft is the fraudulent stealing of somebody’s personal information, such as name and social security number, in order to acquire personal gain, such as money, personal gratification, or prestige. Medical identity theft also includes the fraudulent stealing of a person’s health insurance number to illegally obtain medical services or […]

Facing Grand Theft Charges Against Fire Department Chief

San Mateo Fire Chief Mark Ladas and his wife, Peta, are facing grand theft charges for having participated in a financial scheme to obtain almost $35,000. Fire Chief Facing Grand Theft Charges The San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office reports that Fire Chief Mark Ladas of the San Mateo County’s Central County Fire Department and […]

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