Loans Fraud: Getting a Loan After Identity Theft

According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, 10 percent of households in the United States had at least 1 person age 10 or older who was a victim of identity theft in 2016. This amounts to approximately 8.6 million US households that were affected by identity theft during 2016 alone. Thus, you are not alone […]

Coming to Terms With Asset Protection Strategies

Asset protection deals with protecting your assets from others who may make a claim on them through a court action. Developing an approach to what asset protection strategy you need requires you to understand which assets of yours are vulnerable to be claimed, when, and from whom. This article outlines these points and the boundaries […]

Differences Between Surety Bonds and Insurance

Surety Bonds are for consumer protection that coincides with professional services and licenses. Surety bonds are one of the oldest forms of insurance dating back thousands of years. Surety bonds are more of a reverse insurance policy protecting the consumer not the principal of the surety bond. Commercial Insurance protects your business from being sued. […]

Why Trusts Don’t Work for Asset Protection

A trust is the right to the beneficial enjoyment of property to which another person holds the legal title; a property interest held by one person (the trustee) at the request of another (the settlor) for the benefit of another (the beneficiary). Trusts have different names depending on their purpose, i.e., Land Trusts, Charitable Remainder […]

Accountant Job Description

An accountant’s job entails working to ensure that business firms and individuals are keeping good records and paying taxes properly and on time. Though the accountant job description for some accounting positions may be simple, other accountant job descriptions are not quite as clear because of the number of duties that are required. In general, […]

What You Need to Know About Becoming a Notary

The first things you need to know about becoming a notary is what a notary is and what they do. A notary, or notary public is a public servant (officer) that has to take an oath just like any other public servant/official (even the president) in order to serve their community. A Notary public serves […]

Insurance Fraud Tips And Examples

Insurance industries report a possible 3% to 10% of all insurance claims are frauds. There also are many reports of exaggeration, for instance if a thief has stolen a TV from someone, he will usually hide his computer and radio and add it too the report. The second ones usually are average people looking for […]

Buy A Car And Get Auto Insurance Quotes: Found Reliable And How Not to Be Scammed

How to buy a new or used car, and how to do an Auto Insurance Quotes Online without being cheated. Unfortunately, there are many internet companies that manage to fool customers, but also some websites that are false sales. This will guide you what to check before you buy a car, and how to make an […]

Health Insurance Fraud- What You Should Know

Health insurance fraud represents one of America’s largest taxpayer rip-offs ever, costing Americans literally billions of dollars every year. Due to rampant deception, scams and abuse in the health care system, consumers are forced to pay the price–literally–through escalating medical costs and rising health insurance premiums. And government programs like Medicare and Medicaid, designed to […]

Something to Know About Life Insurance

To choose insurance you need to understand how it works. Life insurance is a contract with an insurance company. The insurance company gives a lump-sum payment in the event of death of the insured person. To avail this benefit the insured person has to pay premiums regularly to the insurance company. Life policies are actually […]

Let the Scholar Beware – College Scams and How to Spot Them

If you’re on the hunt for scholarships, student loans, or grants–beware! Scam artists are on the prowl for vulnerable students. The more you know, the better you can protect yourself. Here are some common college loan and scholarship scams, and how you can avoid becoming a victim. According to FinAid, a Web-based nonprofit resource for […]

Financial Fraud: Edward Ambrosino Charged With Wire Fraud, Tax Evasion, Making And Subscribing to False Corporate Tax Returns

Town Of Hempstead Councilman Edward Ambrosino Indicted For Wire Fraud And Tax Evasion An eight-count indictment was unsealed today in United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York charging Edward Ambrosino with wire fraud, tax evasion, making and subscribing to false corporate tax returns, and failing to file a return or pay […]

Financial Fraud: Artica-Romero, Joaquin Mejia-Murillo And Milton Noel Romero Charged With Wire Fraud

Three Indicted For Scheme To Facilitate Evasion Of Workers’ Compensation Laws And Employment Of Undocumented Aliens In Construction Industry Jacksonville, Florida – Acting United States Attorney W. Stephen Muldrow announces the unsealing of an <a href=”https://www.justice.gov/usao-mdfl/press-release/file/954131/download” target=”_blank”; length=254897″>indictment charging Orlando residents Anyi (“Angie”) Artica-Romero (31), Joaquin Mejia-Murillo (62), and Milton Noel Romero (34) with wire fraud […]

Asset Protection

Everyone should be afraid of being sued with so many lawsuits being filed now days around the world. You might think that you may never be sued. How wrong you are! Let’s first take a look at how easy it is to be sued now days. One of the first dangers is being indirectly involved […]

Investment Fraud: John Quadrino Charged With Wire Fraud Conspiracy For Orchestrating a Ponzi Scheme

Oceanside Man Indicted In Multi-Million-Dollar Fraud Scheme John Quadrino Charged With Defrauding Over 80 Investors in a Ponzi Scheme, Resulting in Losses of More Than $6 Million A six-count indictment was unsealed this morning in federal court in Central Islip, New York, charging John Quadrino, the owner/operator of Princess Cut Industries, Inc., Sassy Jewelry Buyers, […]

Investment Fraud: EDWARD J. SERVIDER Pled Guilty to Defrauding Approximately 100 Investors

Staten Island Man Pleads Guilty In Manhattan Federal Court To Defrauding Investors Of Over $2 Million Joon H. Kim, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that EDWARD J. SERVIDER, a/k/a “Nick Halden,” pled guilty to defrauding approximately 100 investors of over $2.4 million through his firm EJS […]

Financial Fraud: Henry Okpalefe Convicted of Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Wire Fraud And Money Laundering

Canadian Man Convicted Of Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Targeting U.S. Lawyers HARRISBURG – The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced today that Henry Okpalefe, age 49, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, was convicted of conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud and money laundering. The three-day bench trial was held before United […]

Mortgage Fraud: Tommy Rudy Habibe-Arias Charged With Making False Statements in an Application For a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage Loan

One Individual Charged With Making False Statements In A Reverse Mortgage Loan Application SAN JUAN, P.R – On March 29, 2017, a federal grand jury in the District of Puerto Rico returned a one count indictment charging Tommy Rudy Habibe-Arias with making false statements in an application for a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage loan (commonly […]