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Phoenix Auto Body Shop Owner Guilty of Fraud

PHOENIX – In Phoenix, an auto body shop owner has been found guilty of insurance fraud and forgery when he authorized his employees to do additional damage to wrecked vehicles which were brought in his shop in order to collect more insurance payments. The owner of 1st Class Collision, Michael Griesa, was convicted on Thursday 19 June 2014, according to…read more →

Examining Insider Trading Transactions

The phrase “insider trading” instantly invokes images of corrupt business executives plotting behind closed doors. However, properly disclosed insider trading can be legal. Stiff financial and legal penalties can result if the people involved with an insider trade do not provide information to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) about the trade. What is Insider Trading? Insider trading takes place…read more →

3 men arrested in massive food stamp fraud charges in Arizona

PHOENIX – According to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, three men were arrested on fraud charges in Phoenix when authorities broke up a massive food stamp fraud ring and seized almost $700,000 in cash. The three men, named Kameel Sweiss, Ameer Sweiss, and Faday Sweiss were workers at K&S convenience store. Phoenix police raided the convenience store early Wednesday and…read more →

How to Determine Intent for Mortgage Fraud

Cash Back/Kickback Scheme Determining intent for mortgage fraud is a pretty universal defense for all cases but here is one that we see the most;  the Cash Back/Kickback scheme.  In a “Cash Back” scheme, the investor offers to purchase a property for more than the asking price, with the intention to obtain a loan from a lender for the inflated…read more →

FBI Corporate Fraud Overview

Corporate Fraud General Overview As the lead agency investigating corporate fraud, the FBI has focused its efforts on cases which involve accounting schemes, self-dealing by corporate executives, and obstruction of justice. The majority of corporate fraud cases pursued by the FBI involve accounting schemes designed to deceive investors, auditors, and analysts about the true financial condition of a corporation or…read more →

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