Four jewelry stores in two cities over a period of six months. The U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas says those numbers add up to federal charges against a pair of men.
You’re at work going through a quiet day when all of a sudden you get a call from a family member who tells you that the police are looking for you. Officers later show up at your workplace, asking for you. Even the vice president of the company is wondering why police are looking for you.
According to a recent report by the Insurance Journal, last year a Dallas County woman billed an insurer “for 110 health claims for services that were not rendered,” receiving more than $28,000 in benefits. The woman eventually wound up pleading guilty to insurance fraud.