13 Apr 2009 No Comments

The biggest tax cheats: Rich folks

The Forbes.com article writes about a study that shows that the wealthy are most likely to cheat on their taxes. Of those who make between $500K and $1M, incomes are […]

31 Mar 2009 No Comments

FBI swamped by financial fraud cases

Discussion of future and current financial fraud as the Obama stimulus package gets into the hands of fleecers. A transcript of the audio can be found at abc.net.

27 Mar 2009 No Comments

Subprime Swindlers Reconnect to Homeowners in Foreclosure Scams

Subprime Swindlers Reconnect to Homeowners in Foreclosure Scams By Edward Robinson

16 Feb 2009 No Comments

Fannie Mae Eases Credit To Aid Mortgage Lending

Fannie Mae Eases Credit To Aid Mortgage Lending By STEVEN A. HOLMES Published: September 30, 1999 This story is from the archives. Enjoy.

17 Oct 2008 No Comments

Jocelyn Kirsch and Edward Anderton

"Kirsch, 23, and Anderton acknowledged stealing the identities of up to 16 friends and neighbors in the Philadelphia area in 2006 and 2007 to net more than $116,000 in goods […]

15 Oct 2008 No Comments

Donald Brant

Donald Brant from Eastpointe, MI was charged with one count each of utility fraud and malicious destruction of property for tampering with electricity meters on 40 Detroit businesses. For his […]

15 Oct 2008 No Comments


Yesterday, the Federal Trade Commission shut down HerbalKing, a multinational spamming gang. It is reported that at one point HerbalKing was responsible for up to one-third of all spam messages […]

12 Oct 2008 No Comments

Anthony Cuti and William Tennant

Cuti and Tennant of Duane Reade, a chain of drugstores, were charged with securities fraud, making false entries in books and records and making false statements to the Securities and […]

3 Oct 2008 No Comments

Raymond Lamb

Raymond Lamb as detailed in the WSJ used fleecer like techniques in getting what he wanted from regulators. Known for his anger flair ups the article tells the story of […]

1 Oct 2008 No Comments

Andres Pimstein

Andres Pimstein, a UM business school graduate, has confessed to operating the ponzi scheme where he used funds from new investors to payback old investors. The full CNN.com article can […]