fraud

It’s a more and more common sight. You’re at the airport or in a store, and you see a dog with a colorful vest walking beside its owner. How do you know the dog is trained and necessary to assist that person? And what’s the problem if a vest or patch was simply ordered off the Web and put on a pet?  Steve Mencher reports about efforts to blow the whistle on service dog fraud.

Mother Jones

Nearly half of the 2 million Wells Fargo bank accounts that were opened without the customers’ knowledge or consent are here in California.  A new, narrowly tailored bill in the state legislature would give those fraud victims some additional leverage to fight back.

State Senator Bill Dodd says his SB 33 was written, in part, to open the way for class action suits by the defrauded customers of Well Fargo Band.

Unethical Postal Real Estate Sales

Sep 18, 2013

The US Postal Service has been saddled by Congress with an enormous debt, one that they are now trying to shrink by selling off valuable properties across the country. But a closer look at those deals raises more questions than proceeds.