NFL Finds No Reason To Punish Or Even Question Eli Manning After Fraud Case Settles Out Of CourtTo nobody's surprise, the NFL will not pursue any discipline with Eli Manning. In fact, the league doesn't even feel the need to interview the player.
Eli Manning Settles Fraud Case, But Don't Expect Roger Goodell To Issue NFL DisciplineIntegrity matters to the NFL more than anything else. Except for the times when it doesn't.
Fraud Protection: Dealing With Scammer On The PhoneThe Federal Trade Commission has some guidelines when dealing with a possible scammer on the phone.
Fraud Protection: Scammers On The PhoneScammers will say anything to cheat people out of money. And every year millions lose money to scams, from a few dollars to their life savings.
Fraud Protection: Seniors Are More VulnerableAccording to The 2017 Identity Fraud Study, released by Javelin Strategy & Research, nearly $16 billion was stolen from over 15 million consumers last year. Fraud is on the increase with 200 million more victims reported last year.
Man Pleads Guilty In $1.4M Scheme To Defraud StaplesA Georgia man faces prison after admitting to his role in a scheme to defraud Massachusetts-based Staples Inc. out of more than $1.4 million.
I-Team: Rhode Island Man Admits to Welfare Fraud, Sentenced to JailA Rhode Island man admitted to ripping off Massachusetts taxpayers and illegally collecting welfare benefits while living out of state.
Preventing Senior Scams: Medical FraudBesides trying to get your Medicare number, scammers may call about an overdue medical bill, asking for bank account information so they can process the payment. Best advice, hang up.
Preventing Senior Scams: Medicare FraudAlmost everyone over 65 has Medicare as their primary insurance and your Medicare card uses your Social Security number for identification.
Preventing Senior Scams: Research OffersThe Federal Trade Commission has some guidelines when dealing with a possible scammer on the phone.
Preventing Senior Scams: Red FlagsEvery year thousands of people lose money to scams, from a few dollars to their life savings.
Preventing Senior Scams: Who’s Most At Risk?According to the 2016 Identity Fraud Study, released by Javelin Strategy & Research, $15 billion was stolen from 13.1 million U.S. consumers in 2015.