A Bayville woman becomes the latest in a mounting list of New Jersey homeowners accused of using fraud to get federal Superstorm relief funds. Debra Weigman, 56, was charged with attempted theft by deception today.
More and more people are paying bills and doing banking online these days because it's very convenient, but it can also be dangerous if you're not careful because your personal and financial information is out there in a scammers playground.
The sole proprietor of a Long Branch claims-adjustment company will dissolve the firm and pay more than $15,000 in fines and penalties - about the same amo8nt he wheedled from New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company (NJM) in fraudluent filings.
A majority of New Jersey residents who have registered and received assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency in the wake of Superstorm Sandy have genuine needs. Unfortunately, the rush to get millions of dollars to those affected also brings out the dishonest people looking to defraud victims.
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