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How to Avoid Fraud in 4 Common Situations

November 16, 2016 FraudsWatch 0

Most of us probably think we could easily detect a scam if anyone ever tried to take advantage of us. And yet, the Stanford Center on Longevity reports that each year between $40 – 50 billion is taken via schemes, scams, and other fraudulent practices. Some of the [Read More…]

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Report A Fraud: Useful Links

August 21, 2016 FraudsWatch 0

Where can you Report a Fraud? For report financial fraud, you can contact the FBI online at https://tips.fbi.gov. United States Attorney’s Office its where you are located or where the fraud was committed. Offices of the United States Attorneys have a list of the 93 United States Attorney’s [Read More…]

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SALLY A. CLAASSEN Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges of Stealing

June 2, 2016 FraudsWatch 0

Former Winnebago County Purchasing Director Sally Claassen Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges of Stealing over $400,000 ROCKFORD — The former Winnebago County Purchasing Director pleaded guilty today before U.S. District Judge Frederick J. Kapala to two counts of theft from a program receiving federal funds.  SALLY A. CLAASSEN, [Read More…]

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Robert F. Arnold Indicted for Fraud and Related Charges

May 28, 2016 FraudsWatch 1

Tennessee Sheriff Indicted by Federal Grand Jury on Conspiracy, Fraud and Related Charges Chief Administrative Deputy and Sheriff’s Uncle also Indicted A county sheriff and two other men were indicted for their roles in the formation, marketing and operation of a private company and the concealment and misrepresentation [Read More…]

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OLAF – Allocated Million For the Fight Against Fraud

February 24, 2016 FraudsWatch 0

The European Commission has pledged 14.5 million euros to support Member States in fighting fraud, corruption and other illegal activities. Under the Hercule III Anti-fraud Programme, the Commission will finance projects such as training customs officers to better recognize illegal trade or investing in x-ray scanners to help [Read More…]