Items Tagged with 'fraud'


Judge sentences man in scheme to defraud furniture maker

May 3, 2017
A federal judge has sentenced a man to prison for his role in defrauding a West Michigan furniture maker. Read More

Protecting the family business from fraud

December 30, 2016
“It happened to me.” Read More

Judge sentences restaurateur for tax fraud

September 5, 2016
The owner of several Mexican restaurants in three states has been sentenced to prison for tax fraud. Read More

Judge sentences man for investment fraud scheme

September 2, 2016
A man who defrauded 20 people in West Michigan through an investment fraud scheme is headed to prison. Read More

Judge sentences ex-funeral director for fraud

August 9, 2016
| By AP
A former funeral director in the region has been sentenced to jail for fraud. Read More

Powered wheelchair fraud: Another example of Medicare abuse

October 22, 2015
Chances are you’ve seen a commercial for powered wheelchairs within the last decade. Read More

Technology creates greater opportunities for fraud

October 9, 2015
Eric Larson is a forensic accountant, which means he’s seen a fair share of fraud and embezzlement schemes during the course of his career investigating these crimes. Read More

Fraud cases leading to safeguards

Forensic accountant reminds business owners that ‘trust is not an internal control.’

October 2, 2015
West Michigan is a nice place, a fairly economically successful place, but it’s not a place that’s immune to fraud. Read More

Judge sentences farmer for fraud

September 15, 2015
A farmer who defrauded federal farm programs is going to prison. Read More

Fraud takes 5 percent bite out of business revenue

July 10, 2015
The world economy loses an estimated $3.5 trillion annually to fraud. Read More