Teenager Impersonated A Doctor For A Week And Performed Operations In A Hospital

It’s like a scene out of the movie “Catch Me If You Can.” A teenager has been arrested on felony charges of masquerading as a physician’s assistant in the Osceola Regional Medical Center’s emergency room. He performed CPR and Physical Examinations on many patients. Hit the jump to read the rest of the story. @WiL

Ex-Citigroup Executive Pleads Guilty To Stealing Nearly $23 Million

A former Citigroup executive pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing nearly $23 million and wiring it to his personal bank account. Gary Foster was a vice president in Citigroup’s treasury finance department. He lived like a company CEO, purchasing luxury cars and expensive properties in Manhattan, Brooklyn and New Jersey with the embezzled funds. Hit the jump to read the rest of the story. @WiL

Psychic Frauds Busted After Raking In $40M Over 20 Years

Some psychics who the feds say are swindlers running a fortune-telling biz near The Plaza hotel didn’t see this one coming. The Secret Service busted nine of the Marks clan Tuesday two in New York and the rest in Florida after a probe revealed mystic skulduggery stretching from New York to Florida. Hit the jump to read the rest of the story. @WiL

Bank Of America Service Rep Transfers Call To Foot Fetish Hotline

Late night calls to Customer Service reps rarely have a stress-free beginning. But, one Bank of America Service Rep made sure a caller had a happy ending-by transferring him to a foot fetish hotline! Details after the jump. Emma Rabid

Major Mortgage Firms Accused of Fraud

My mom does mortgages and my dad investigates fraud for the NY banking department, so this topic is always brought up in my house. This situation is never good for the people that were scammed or the banks, but most importantly the people that were scammed! A set of confidential federal audits accuse the nation’s five largest mortgage companies of defrauding taxpayers in their handling of foreclosures on homes purchased with government-backed loans, four officials briefed on the findings told Huffington Post. @Ash_Bankz

NBA: Julius Erving accused of defrauding woman

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl Basketball legend Julius “Dr. J” Erving was facing legal action Saturday for allegedly cheating a wealthy Manhattan woman out of more than $420,000 in a deal with crooked money manager Kenneth Starr. Mary Gilbert’s suit — which charges Erving with breach of contract and fiduciary duty — seeks payment of all her lost profits, along with “prejudgment interest” and punitive damages.

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