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On 07-08-2007.
An Omaha woman who bought one used car says she spent months afraid to drive the vehicle. The state patrol is now investigating the reason for her fear.
She told us through an interpreter that she has been afraid to drive the restored Impala since buying it in May.
Interpreter Blanca Iniquez says, "Her not understanding the language, the police not believing her, her not having documentation, not being ...
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Man facing 30 fraud charges
On 04-08-2007.
one man nabbed last week at one downtown bank now faces more than 30 fraud-related charges and more charges are pending, city police say.
The investigation is continuing and involves other jurisdictions in southwestern Ontario. Police believe the dollar value of the frauds committed by the individual has reached $100,000. ...
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Fiserv Agrees To Acquire CheckFree For About $4.4 Bln Cash - Update
On 02-08-2007.
(RTTNews) - Thursday, Fiserv, Inc. (FISV | charts | news | PowerRating) said it agreed to acquire electronic payment company CheckFree Corp. (CKFR | charts | news | PowerRating) in an all-cash transaction valued at about $4.4 billion.
Through this deal, on an annualized basis, Fiserv expects to realize more than $100 million in cost savings and more than $125 million in revenue synergies. The deal is expected ...
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Northfield woman facing fraud charges
On 31-07-2007.
CONCORD &8212; one Northfield woman is among two people recently indicted for fraud involving workers' compensation insurance.
According to one release by the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, Dorothy Olson (AKA Dorothy Chadbourne), age 42, of Northfield, was indicted on July 19, 2007, on one count of falsifying physical evidence, one felony, and one count of tampering with public or private records, one ...
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Something fishy in DC
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Assurant Execs on Leave Amid Finite Investigation
On 26-07-2007.
The move by New York-based Assurant's board of directors comes as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is considering bringing civil fraud charges against the executives as part of the agency's ongoing probe of finite risk products.
Assurant announced last week that Robert B. Pollock, president and CEO; Philip Bruce Camacho, executive vp and chief financial officer; and Adam Lamnin, executive vp and ...
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On 24-07-2007.
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Insurance Fraud Brings Officials and Public Together
On 22-07-2007.
Saturday, one weeks worth of events culminated with an expo teaching folks how to avoid becoming one victim.
Folks gathered at the Koger center to learn about the impact of insurance fraud on the Palmetto State and how to spot and prevent it.
"In proclaiming Insurance Fraud Awareness Week in South Carolina, Governor Sanford mentioned the need to work together to raise public awareness and understanding of ...
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Insurance scam chiropractor sentenced
On 20-07-2007.
U.S. District Judge Janet Bond Arterton Thursday sentenced Fogel, 52, of Cedargate Lane, Westport, to eight months in prison followed by three years of supervised release during which he must perform 200 hours of community service. Fogel must spend the first three months following his release from prison confined to his home wearing an electronic monitoring device. ...
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Pilot program for SC Medicaid savings accounts approved
On 17-07-2007.
State & Regional - Wire Posted on Tue, Jul. 17, 2007 print email Digg it AIM Pilot program for S.C. Medicaid savings accounts approved By JIM DAVENPORT - Associated Press Writer
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- one program allowing about 1,000 poor and disabled South Carolina residents to try out health savings accounts has become the first in the nation of its kind to get federal approval, Gov. Mark Sanford's ...
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