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They are charged with committing fraud at the
Sebelius also announced the creation of a
Federal authorities came Tuesday to
“We’d like to stay one step ahead of them instead of waiting to see what they are doing,” said
The scams generally have involved recruiters giving
Such a scam was at the heart of a
They filled out a simple form to establish a
Like the ones the sisters were associated with in
The sisters were expected to be arraigned in
At the conference at
They include computer programs that red-flag questionable billings; shared information among states to stop those convicted of fraud from moving to another state and opening up business, and suspension of payments when there are credible fraud charges.
Seniors never should let anyone use or borrow their
To report questionable billings, call 800-633-4227; to report fraud, call 800-447-8477.
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