What a coincidence! Two stories came my way yesterday, one from Tennessee and the other from Pennsylvania, where whistleblowers filed cases against large companies they said were scamming the US taxpayers and were handsomely rewarded for their good work on our behalf. The first story at the National Law Review is this one from Tennessee: … Continue reading Whistleblowers Earn Millions Turning in Medicare/Medicaid Scammers
How cool is this! The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well! Regular readers know that I’ve been telling you about scams involving Medicare and Medicaid that are often perpetrated through long term care facilities for the elderly or disabled. And, I’ve told you that if you help the government find the fraud, you can … Continue reading Corporate Whistleblower Center Looking for Partners
I’m posting just a bit of this news from Columbia, SC as a follow-up to the post I wrote a few days ago about the False Claims Act and because I want to encourage readers to be proactive in looking for Medicare and Medicaid fraud where you live. SC woman charged in alleged $9 million … Continue reading South Carolina: $9 Million Health Care Fraud Busted Thanks to a Whistleblower
“Fraud data is like the world’s messiest crime scene.” (Jay Valentine at American Thinker) I’m glad there are some, like Valentine, willing to do the tedious work to solve the crime…. It would be a tragedy of immense proportions if the 2020 Election fraud is never fully investigated. When I got up this morning, … Continue reading Don’t Let Them Silence You about the Great Election Steal!
As I said yesterday, take a few minutes and send a message to the White House Comment line and thank the President for all he has done for us. In case you want to find some specific things to thank him and his administration for, here is a list brought to my attention by a … Continue reading President Trump’s Accomplishments in Four Short Years