A Washington State physician is facing federal felony charges on allegations that he attempted to defraud the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) of over $3 million.
A Massachusetts man is facing Federal charges after investigators say he attempted to obtain over $13 million in forgivable Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans from the Small Business Administration (SBA) authorized by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
A Texas man and wife were sentenced in Federal court today after a guilty verdict and a guilty plea this spring was handed down on charges that they committed $21.8 million in fraud against the Federal government.
A Chicago-area man is facing Federal fraud charges relating to allegations that he attempted to wrongly obtain over $400,000 in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans earlier this year.
A handful of pharmacists in the Midwest are facing federal charges of health care fraud after investigators say they participated in a scheme to defraud Medicare of $12.1 million in false claims.
An Odessa mortgage broker was sentenced to 15 months in Federal prison after pleading guilty to a mortgage scheme that allegedly cost local banks of over $5 million.
A trio of individuals are facing Federal felony charges on allegations by investigators that they were involved in schemes to defraud Medicare, TRICARE, and private insurance companies and launder the proceeds of the fraudulent activity.
A California man is facing Federal health care fraud charges after investigators say he submitted tens of millions of false claims for allergy and COVID-19 testing kits to Medicare.
A quartet of Florida men are facing Federal fraud charges after investigators say they orchestrated and operated an illegal kickback scheme for compounded drugs.
A man in Arkansas was charged in Federal court last week with fraud based on accusations by investigators that he tried to obtain an $8-million loan under the Payment Protection Plan using false information.