Posts Tagged ‘fraud’
Former Bay Area banking executive Adorean Boleancu is accused of forging more than $1.8 million in checks.
Bay Area drivers need to keep an eye on their bank accounts after credit card skimmers were found at East Bay gas stations.
A jury awarded billionaire William Koch $12 million, finding he was fraudulently sold fake bottles of rare, expensive french wine.
Two Bay Area scientists were indicted on Wednesday, accused of defrauding NASA and the NSF for grant money.
Barnes and Noble customers who have recently paid with credit or debit cards are urged to check their accounts and statements.
Unfortunately, mismanagement of charity money by nonprofit organizations and fiscal sponsors is not uncommon.
The once-popular chain’s owner has been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay more than $2.2 million to the IRS.
Would you pay $9.94 for a box of Cheerios? How about $8 for an 18-pack of corn tortillas? Nobody would. Except the State of California.
A former postal manager and his wife pleaded guilty to defrauding the Postal Service out of $4.4 million since 2005.
A Millbrae woman who has won “dozens” of contracts with The City has been accused of underpaying her workers and pocketing the difference.