Admitted She Continued to File Fraudulent Tax Returns After Her IRS E-Filing Privileges were Revoked as a Result of a Previous Felony Conviction. Source: U.S. Attorney, District of Maryland.
Defendants Placed More than 1.3 Million Deceptive Fundraising Call. Source: Maryland Attorney General
Avoided Tax Withholdings on her Payroll Checks and Conspired to File Fraudulent Tax Returns, Resulting in Refunds to Which She Was Not Entitled and Avoiding Over $121,000 in Total Taxes Due. Source: U.S. Attorney, District of Maryiand
While many still wait for their unemployment insurance benefits, scammers have found a way to cheat the system. Source: WMAR-2, ABC
Allegedly Fraudulently Replicated the Website of a Biotech Company That Has an Authorized COVID-19 Vaccine to Perpetrate the Scheme. Source: US. Attorney District of Maryland
The $573 million settlement resolves opioid-related consumer protection charges arising from McKinsey’s role in developing marketing plans for pharmaceutical companies that contributed to the nation’s opioid crisis.The settlement includes more than $12 million to be used for abatement of the opioids epidemic in Maryland. Source: Maryland Attorney General
A Baltimore resident who claims her electric supply was switched without her consent, leading to higher costs, can’t sue the provider because she consented to arbitration through silence, a Maryland federal court said Friday. Source: Law360
A citizen of Germany residing in Washington, D.C., pleaded guilty today in Maryland to federal charges of obstruction of a federal audit and causing a financial institution to fail to file a suspicious activity report, related to more than $1.2 million in U.S. State Department grant funds awarded to a corporation that he controlled. Source: US Attorney, District of Maryland
According to CARFAX statistics, there was a 13 percent annual increase in odometer fraud in Maryland.Source: WMAR-2
The FBI said three people got or tried to get investors to give them a total of more than $28 million, which the trio said would be invested in cryptocurrency and foreign exchange markets. Instead the three are accused of using the money for persoal expenses and to repay other investors. Source: WJZ-CBS Baltimore. The FBI is asking victims and others with knowledge of the "1st Million" investigation to contact the FBI. Source: FBI.gov
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