New York’s attorney general is trying to dismantle what he calls a system of creating false online review for products and services.
Pennsylvania’s attorney general has charged three men with stealing $1.25 million in grants from the program.
The owner of a southern New Jersey car dealership has admitted operating a scheme that defrauded customers and lenders.
“It can be as simple as requiring two signatures on every check,” says Montgomery County controller Stewart Greenleaf Jr.
A New Jersey man has been charged in what federal prosecutors say was a scheme to defraud hundreds of sellers of foreign and antique banknotes on the online auction site eBay.
In early 2012, the three men were making an attractive offer: the opportunity to purchase Facebook stock just as the company was expected to go public.
Dwayne Stewart is charged with forging documents to illegally transfer several houses and vacant lots to his own ownership, selling properties he didn’t own, and collecting rents under false pretenses.
A suburban Philadelphia ambulance company and its top two officials have pleaded guilty to federal charges in a scheme that prosecutors said cost the Medicare and Medicaid programs more than $2.5 million in improper payments.
A federal judge sentenced a 79-year-old Florida cardiologist to six years in prison for fraud linked to the infamous fen-phen diet drugs and national settlement funds.
Inventors beware! The US Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) has a link to published complaints about companies like that who take your big payment and then invent a way to disappear.
New Jersey law enforcement is banding together to go after people who would defraud victims of Hurricane Sandy.
A former Trenton municipal worker has admitted taking part in a bribery scheme that federal prosecutors say involved city Mayor Tony Mack.
Police say a 36-year-old woman has been charged with embezzling almost $400,000 from a veterinary hospital in Bucks County.
Patricia Paugh (top right) pleaded guilty to a pair of felonies: theft by unlawful taking, and conspiracy to commit theft.
A Nigerian man living in Canada will now be spending 45 months in a U.S. prison for what is called a “grandson” scheme.