Karl Hampton and his wife, Deborah Hampton, allegedly hatched the plan to fund their "lavish lifestyle," according to a statement issued by the Department of Justice.
Qadiri is accused of fraudulently obtaining $5 million through the Payment Protection Program.
Kolfage was indicted by a federal grand jury in Florida and charged with filing a false tax return with the knowledge that his real income was in "materially in excess of that amount."
A former Pizzeria owner was arrested yesterday for committing after securing Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan funds worth $660,000.
A Michigan man allegedly illegally sold employee discounts to non-qualified car buyers for seven years.
Specifically, the plaintiff says the company's claim of using "mozzarella cheese" and "tomato sauce" in its product is "false."
The indictment for selling bleach as a "miracle" cure for COVID-19 and other illnesses comes exactly one year after former President Donald Trump suggested injecting "disinfectant" as a treatment for the virus.
Souther Japan's Takashi Miyagawa caught the attention of police after several of his girlfriends reportedly formed a victim's alliance.
After failing to report for work since 2005 while still receiving paychecks, authorities are investigating the con artist and the hospital that employed him.
Prosecutors in Istanbul launched an investigation against the cryptocurrency exchange Thodex on Thursday, following allegations that its website shut down Wednesday and Ozer fled the nation with stolen investments.
The nonagenarian was told her identity had been used to commit a serious crime and that she needed to transfer funds in order to be cleared of involvement.
When authorities were called to the scene, the duo told officers they did not realize the bill was counterfeit.
Scott was found guilty of falsely telling Medicare beneficiaries that the federal healthcare program would pay for expensive genetic tests that could cost up to $6,000.
The family doctor allegedly committed fraud using his medical clinics as a cover. He could face up to 55 years in prison if convicted.
A new report from the House Coronavirus Oversight Committee found that only $626 million fraudulent loans issued by the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) have been seized or forfeited.
Dr. Yvelice Villaman-Bencosme, 64, was sentenced to 63 months behind bars in federal court on Monday.
On Wednesday, a federal grand jury in Texas returned an indictment charge on Michael Angelo Padron for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and to defraud the United States.
The fraudster is currently serving a six-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to two counts of wire fraud.
We must have greater transparency around public spending, stronger international cooperation to prosecute bribery and global governance of tax abuse and money laundering.
"We were looking at this and saying to ourselves, 'This just is not adding up,'" says one of Fred Eshelman's former partners.
Over 100 phones were allegedly sent to Rosanna Lucrecia Cruel Blanco as part of an insurance scam, according to the Department of Justice.
Dominion Voting Services said it had to hire private investigators and cross state lines to find attorney Sidney Powell after filing a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against Powell.
Police across the U.S. say calls and angry people holding tax forms have swamped law enforcement departments with claims of unemployment fraud and ID theft.
Henry McInnis, who had no previous medical experience, told patients with long-term terminal illnesses that they had less than six months to live in order to enroll them in his company's hospice services.
Among the common scams are fake checks, which "can take weeks to be discovered and untangled," the Federal Trade Commission warns.
A Newsmax segment ended in dramatic fashion as the MyPillow founder and ardent Trump supporter ranted about election fraud until one of the anchors walked off the set.
A report from California State Auditor Elaine Howle said that the Employment Development Department did nothing to stop paying fake claims for months.
Ahmed Kosoko allegedly stole at least $6,000 in economic stimulus checks that had been sent through the mail.
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A Q&A with writers Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind, who covered one of the most famous corporate fraud trials of all time.