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China Fines 12 Banks Over Illegal Bill Trading, Fraud

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China Fines 12 Banks Over Illegal Bill Trading, Fraud: China Fines 12 Banks Over Illegal Bill Trading, Fraud. Jan. 27, 2018, at … The fraud has "severally disrupted market order", and showed the lack of internal controls and poor compliance at the institutions involved, the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) said in a statement on its website.: Google Alert – Fraud

China fines 12 banks over illegal bill trading, fraud: BEIJING (Reuters) – China's banking regulator said on Saturday that it had fined 12 Chinese lenders after uncovering illegal trading of 7.9 billion yuan ($ 1.25 billion) of bank bills. The fraud has “severally disrupted market order”, and showed the lack of internal controls and poor compliance at the …: Google Alert – Fraud

Ahoskie woman charged in insurance fraud case: AHOSKIE, N.C. (WAVY) – A woman from Ahoskie was charged with insurance fraud after a summons was served on January 25. The North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey said 23-year-old Heaven Symone Lassiter was charged with solicitation to obtain property by false pretenses.: Google Alert – Fraud

Former insurance agent sentenced for fraud: Olson pleaded guilty to three of the felony insurance fraud charges in a plea agreement, and the remaining charges were dismissed. According to the court documents, Olson was accepting insurance policy premiums from clients but not applying those payments to the actual policies in 2015 and 2016.: Google Alert – Fraud

Former insurance agent sentenced for fraud: Olson was charged in April 2017 with four counts of felony insurance fraud, two different felony counts of aggravated forgery and one felony count of issuance of dishonored check. Olson pleaded guilty to three of the felony insurance fraud charges in a plea agreement, and the remaining charges were …: Google Alert – Fraud

Man investigated for terrorism sentenced for passport fraud: KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Federal prosecutors say a 22-year-old Kansas City man who was investigated for possible terrorism was sentenced for four years in prison for passport fraud. Isse Aweis Mohamud, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Somalia, was sentenced Friday for lying on his passport …: Google Alert – Fraud

Franchisee sues Roasting Plant coffee for .5M, alleging fraud: The owner of two Roasting Plant coffee shop franchises in metro Detroit is suing the New York-based company and its founder, claiming they committed fraud by misrepresenting the profit potential for new locations. The lawsuit, filed this week in U.S. District Court in Detroit, says that franchisee Mike …: Google Alert – Fraud

KC Man Sentenced for Passport Fraud: KC Man Sentenced for Passport Fraud. KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Timothy A. Garrison, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Kansas City, Mo., man was sentenced in federal court today for lying on his passport application. Isse Aweis Mohamud, 22, of Kansas City, …: Google Alert – Fraud

Cayuga County DA: 15 people fraudulently obtained 000 in benefits; 6 arrested, charged: CAYUGA COUNTY, N.Y. — Six people have been charged in a public assistance fraud sweep in Cayuga County, according to the county's district attorney's office. The sweep targeted 15 people who fraudulently obtained $ 74,369.69 in benefits, according to the district attorney's office. The Auburn Police …: Google Alert – Fraud

Boardman Molding out .75 million over email fraud incident: Someone outside the U.S. drained two bank accounts belonging to a township company, getting away with more than $ 1.75 million by having access to the right email account. Daniel Kessler, who co-owns Boardman Molded Products with his father, Ron, told police $ 1,759,419 was taken from the …: Google Alert – Fraud