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Maryland Chapter 21 of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners


  • 04 Sep 2023 10:19 AM | Anonymous

    The U.S. Attorney’s Office describes what it has scuttled so far by scammers with pretend employees, malware-infested websites and aliases like “Allen Gator.” Source:BaltimoreBrew.com 

  • 04 Sep 2023 9:00 AM | Anonymous
    Former Hogan chief of staff, now dead, was charged with fraud and embezzlement. Source: capitalgazette.com
  • 23 Aug 2023 1:08 PM | Anonymous
    A building inspector reported a cash bribe, and his boss told him to keep it “because it was under an allowable dollar limit,” Baltimore Inspector General Isabel Mercedes Cumming finds. Source: Baltimore Brew
  • 10 Aug 2023 11:46 PM | Anonymous

    A former leader of the nonprofit Strong City Baltimore has been federally indicted on wire fraud and money laundering charges, with federal prosecutors accusing the leader of fraudulently applying for millions of dollars in coronavirus relief funds. Source: Baltimore Sun via MSN.com

  • 04 Aug 2023 11:30 PM | Anonymous
    A federal jury in Maryland convicted a physician of Arnold, Maryland, for five counts of healthcare fraud for submitting over $15 million in false and fraudulent claims to Medicare and other insurers for patients who received COVID-19 tests at sites operated by the defendant.  He is the first doctor convicted at trial by the Justice Department for health care fraud in billing for office visits in connection with patients seeking COVID-19 tests. Source: US Attorney, District of Maryland
  • 04 Aug 2023 11:01 AM | Anonymous

    Home Depot stores in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey were involved. Source: Boston.com

  • 03 Aug 2023 11:01 PM | Anonymous

    The owner of a New Jersey-based scrap metal company told a customer that dirt and debris found packed into a container shipped to Korea that was supposed to hold aluminum scrap was a mistake, authorities said…Turns out it wasn’t. The man admitted in federal court in Camden, NJ, this week that he scammed a dozen or so businesses out of more than $2 million, authorities said on Thursday, Aug. 3. Source: Daily Voice, Montgomery County, MD, via MSN.

  • 05 Jul 2023 11:06 PM | Anonymous
    Almost 3,900 current and former employees of the state Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services will be paid more than $13 million …The U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division…determined that the state engaged in wage theft. Source: Maryland Matters Details regarding the $13 million decision of the Maryland Board of Public Works are available at the Board's web site.
  • 01 Jul 2023 11:21 PM | Anonymous

    The AG's office announced that his Consumer Protection Division (CPD) has reached a settlement with CarMax, Inc. over its alleged failure to disclose open safety recalls on the used vehicles it offered and sold. The CPD alleged that CarMax’s failure to disclose the recall status was an unfair and deceptive trade practice in violation of the Maryland Consumer Protection Act. Source: Maryland Attorney General

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