White Collar Crimes Archives

North Carolina man helping people with credit accused of fraud

There are many different people in the world. For example, there are those who want nothing more in their life than to help others become more successful. Unfortunately, federal officials say that a man in North Carolina was actually practicing fraud instead of helping people struggling with debt.

North Carolina man's farmers' coop said to be fraud

People in North Carolina often think of ways to help others, potentially including creating cooperatives that are dedicated to benefiting those who contribute. Unfortunately, sometimes people's plans go awry or take longer than expected to implement. In fact, a man was recently arrested after someone raised suspicions of fraud.

Accused of fraud, North Carolina man turns self in

Running a business is often complicated. Though many businesses in North Carolina find themselves struggling, they make the difficult decisions that will ensure that the needs of the company are met while fulfilling the company's financial obligations. Unfortunately, police believe that one man resorted to fraud in many of his business dealings.

Father, son accused of fraud in North Carolina

When it comes to running a business, there are often difficult decisions that must be made, especially during a recession. While some companies struggle through, others must make the difficult to decision to close. Unfortunately, North Carolina officials claim that a father and son turned to fraud.

Insurance fraud accusations lead to arrest in North Carolina

Anyone who has owned their own farm likely knows of the potential pitfalls that can come with it. Natural disasters, for example, can cause significant damage to a crop, making it difficult, if not impossible, for farmers to be successful. Unfortunately, federal officials claim that a farmer in North Carolina is guilty of insurance fraud.

Police say woman committed fraud, filed over 200 false claims

The criminal codes of each state, including in North Carolina, establish various so-called "white-collar" crimes, including a category of statutory offenses that are modern variations on the traditional crimes of larceny and theft. These statutory offenses often incorporate concepts of criminal fraud. That is why criminal fraud is sometimes defined as larceny by false pretenses or larceny by trick.

North Carolina woman accused of credit card fraud

Most people in North Carolina are aware of the potential of becoming victims of credit card fraud. Unfortunately, when a credit card is used frequently, many people ultimately end up with access to the owner of a card's personal information. Police believe they have discovered that a former animal hospital employee committed credit card fraud.

Former employees of loan agency accused of embezzlement

In certain lines of work, employees are given the authority to oversee financial transactions on a daily basis. Should a company become suspicious that monetary assets are being mishandled, the subsequent search for answers could leave an employee facing allegations of embezzlement. Two former workers for a loan agency in North Carolina have been accused of conspiring with others to embezzle a substantial sum of money from the company.

1 facing felony fraud charges following recent investigation

Felony white collar crimes are serious in nature, and a conviction for similar charges carries consequences that could have a substantial impact on a person's life. Those accused of crimes such as fraud or embezzlement may wish to protect their futures, but the process can be challenging, potentially prompting a need for guidance. A 44-year-old investment adviser in North Carolina is now facing felony fraud charges, and he could be preparing for what comes next by focusing on his defense with guidance from an attorney.

Investigation leads to fraud and embezzlement charges

The penalties for white collar crimes are severe, and a conviction could have a substantial impact on a person's future. Those accused of similar crimes may find the subsequent process stressful and intimidating, and they may be uncertain where to turn for advice. A 36-year-old woman has recently been accused of fraud and embezzlement after she allegedly posed as an insurance agent and sold fake policies in North Carolina.

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