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Another Case of Irony (steal from the poor to get rich)

A case of reverse Robin Hood – steal from the poor to become rich. “Kentucky woman pleads guilty to embezzling from Little Sisters of the Poor, Facing Prison Time.” “A former bookkeeper for the Little Sisters of the Poor pleaded… Read More »

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Less and less surprise me these days… :-(

NUN Accused of Embezzling $850,000 From College, Then Gambling It Away in Atlantic City “A Catholic nun broke one of the Ten Commandments by embezzling $850,000 from a suburban New York City college and gambling it away in Atlantic City,… Read More »

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PTO, School Groups Beware: Rash of Embezzlements Amoung These Groups

In monitoring embezzlement stories received via Google Alerts each day, I have noticed a constant stream of new embezzlement cases involving schools, school groups, PTO groups within schools, and other related victims. While thefts from these groups are not unusual,… Read More »

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Embezzlement within a hair salon: what volume did they do in this business?

The volume in this San Antonio hair salon business much have been tremendous for the owners to have not notice the alleged embezzlement of over One Million Dollars. It seems incomprehensible how a scheme this large could have occurred and… Read More »

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The Game Of Monopoly: Preventing Fraud?

How can a well-known board game, such as “Monopoly”, help prevent fraud and embezzlement? Per the instructions: “The Banker.  Choose a player to be the Banker who will look after the Bank and take charge of auctions.  It is important… Read More »

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