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The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud is a national alliance of organizations dedicated to combating through advocacy, outreach & research.
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Coalition Jan 18
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Coalition Jan 18
We certainly are. Tips, tricks and consequences...we know it all. When should we do this?
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Coalition Jan 18
Replying to @LenKieseTV
Good evening Len. Do you have a link to this article?
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Coalition Jan 18
How did the fall go? Get any money out of it? Sounds like a romantic outing...until the consequences roll in.
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Coalition Jan 18
They are currently under investigation, but it's good you were able to sniff out some suspicious . Next time, you should just report it here if you feel it's legitimate:
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James Ruotolo, CFE Jan 18
Have seen a lot of insurance fraud cases in my time involving compounded meds. Often fraudulent docs do this so they can circumvent the Pharmacy Benefit Management process (and therefore the controls) and bill insurers directly.
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Coalition Jan 18
Replying to @Insurance_Fraud
Correct link to article:
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Coalition Jan 18
: She allegedly had a crony torch a van for her for insurance money. Both are indicted for the deed.
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New Jersey OIFP Jan 17
People who would never think of robbing a bank or stealing a car can find the temptations of "easy money" from hard to resist. But we promise, it's not worth it:
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Coalition Jan 17
Trio allegedly ran multi-state fraud scheme in which they made money off elderly, disabled and/or poor patients by drugging & starving them, and forcing them to live in dungeon like apts. Please share.
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FraudNY Jan 17
: Owners of diagnostic testing firm indicted for allegedly billing more than $24 million for bogus testing.
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Coalition Jan 17
: Can you help find this man? He allegedly claimed he got injured on the job when he didn't & stole $27K+ from his employer. Now he can't be found.
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Coalition Jan 17
Except we aren't a bot and we are helping people stay educated bc we've seen start with a joke then people end up in jail and consumers complaining about rising insurance costs.
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Coalition Jan 16
This isn't a bot. And we don't prescribe to mansplaining. We just help consumer stay informed.
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Coalition Jan 16
We will gladly accept that honor...as long as we provide education and make sure people aren't left in the dark. 🤷🏾‍♂️
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Coalition Jan 16
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Coalition Jan 16
Sort of. It could be a form of rate evasion. Depends on how long the cars have been there and if they're registered with 1 state, but parked in another.
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Alajuwon hide da rest ofda yams at my auntie house Jan 16
Saw a sign that says 25k if you help catch someone doing insurance fraud. Bout to be snooping on everybody.
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Coalition Jan 16
I mean no because contrary to popular belief, you lose a lot of money trying to fake your death for . And it's a felony. So you may also ruin your life. Any further comments?
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FraudNY Jan 16
: Bogus plastic surgeon who lost his license allegedly stole $375,000 from his disability carrier by not reporting income.
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