Mortgage Fraud Chief Gets 27 Years In PrisonAfter a group of mortgage frauds schemed several banks out of close to $50 million, the man who lead it all is facing 27 years thanks to a Miami federal judge.
Florida Man Admits $30M Fake Payment Card Scheme A Florida man has admitted his role in a multimillion-dollar fake payment card scheme.
New ‘Tokenization’ System Could Put An End To Identity TheftWith so much talk of data breaching, hacking, and identity theft many people are concerned about their personal information.
Man Convicted In $25 Million Bullion SchemeA North Carolina man was convicted by a South Florida jury of operating fraudulent precious metals investment businesses that took $25 million from investors.
Judge Sentences S. FL Man For $10M Tax Fraud SchemeA South Florida man will spend more than 20 years in prison for a sophisticated tax fraud scheme.
Three Plead Guilty In S. FL Medicare Scheme A Medicare fraud scheme that unraveled for three South Florida people is weeks away from wrapping up.
Former Mayors' Public Corruption Case Delayed Two former South Florida mayors and two former lobbyists appeared in federal court Tuesday asking a judge to delay their arraignment date.
Woman Charged In $1 Million Keys Mortgage FraudA Florida woman who allegedly set up numerous fake businesses to create mortgages in the Keys leading to almost $1 million in bank fraud was charged Wednesday.
Police: Lauderhill Mother Stole Thousands In Label Switching SchemeA Broward County mother is accused of being a prolific thief -- changing the labels on high priced toys at Target and Walmart stores, selling the items online and making off with tens of thousands of dollars.
Rothstein Scheme Explained In Newly Released Deposition His nickname was the Prince of Darkness. He was seduced by “greed.” And he loved the “Rothstein lifestyle.”
Ponzi Schemer Rothstein's Items Set For Auction Blockonvicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein swindled hundreds of millions of dollars from investors. Some of the high-ticket items he and his wife Kim spent those millions on are going up for auction later this month.
Sisters Plead Guilty To Medicare Fraud In So. Fla. CourtroomThe crimes of two sisters led authorities to label them as the “most wanted health care fraud fugitives” and on Wednesday the two women pleaded guilty to a $9.1 million fraud scheme in a Miami federal courtroom.