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MensajeTema: LAS CURIOSIDADES DEL FBI...   Sáb Sep 04, 2010 8:09 am













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FAKE FUNERALS, EMPTY CASKETS
A Different Kind of Scam
09/03/10






















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It’s a morbid tale involving phony death certificates, staged funerals
with paid actors, and coffins buried with no bodies, but in the end,
it’s just a financial fraud scheme like thousands of others we
investigate every year.

Earlier this month in Los Angeles, the fourth and final
member of an insurance fraud ring was convicted in federal court. Jean
Crump—a former mortuary employee—was found guilty of joining three other
women in a scheme to defraud insurance companies by filing $1.2 million
in phony life insurance policy claims.










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Also victimized were several financial assignment companies, often used
by funeral homes and mortuaries to advance cash for funeral expenses in
exchange for a portion of the deceased’s life insurance policies.

How the scam worked: In one instance,
Crump and/or her co-schemers purchased life insurance policies for “Jim
Davis,” naming his supposed “nephew” and “niece” as beneficiaries.









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- Always write your premium check to your insurer, not the agent. And never sign a blank claim form.
- Make sure your insurance company and agent are licensed by checking with your state’s insurance department.
- If you think you may have been a victim of insurance fraud, contact your state insurance department to file a complaint.
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Mr. Davis conveniently had an untimely demise, and the conspirators
created false documents, including a death certificate with a doctor’s
forged signature, to collect his life insurance. They also prepared
grossly inflated bills for different amounts from a mortuary to cover
the man’s funeral and burial costs and wired the bills to two different
assignment companies.

Both assignment companies paid the mortuary (one nearly
$30,000 and the other just over $16,000), but of course the money went
right into the hands of the criminals—the mortuary was owned and
operated by Lydia Pearce, one of the four charged in the investigation.
And an insurance company paid out more than $230,000 in life insurance
to Mr. Davis’ so-called nephew.

The criminals went so far as to purchase a burial plot for Mr. Davis and bury him, without a headstone.
But despite the extravagant funeral described on paper for the
financial assignment companies—including an ornate casket and elaborate
floral arrangements—the funeral was a simple affair, attended by several
phony family members recruited to play the part of mourners in case
anyone was watching.

Each member of the fraud ring brought her own expertise to the table:
Crump and Pearce, with their mortuary experience, knew all there was to
know about funerals and death documents. Phlebotomist Faye Shilling
knew the ins and outs of filing insurance claims, and notary Barbara Ann
Lynn used her stamp to make the fake documents look legitimate.

How the scam unraveled. Two insurance
companies began looking more closely at the claims and hired an
investigator to ask questions. The con artists were so unnerved by this
that they had the coffin supposedly holding the remains of Jim Davis
unearthed. They filled the casket with a mannequin and cow parts to
ensure the proper weight and then sent it to a crematory. Then, they
filed phony paperwork stating that he had been cremated and had his
ashes scattered over the Pacific Ocean.

The FBI’s Los Angeles office eventually became involved.
Upon closer inspection of the life insurance policies, death
certificates, funeral bills, and financial information of the ring
members, our investigators gathered the evidence needed to charge the
four women—whose scheme ultimately met its own demise.

Resources:
- Press release
- More white-collar frauds

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MensajeTema: Re: LAS CURIOSIDADES DEL FBI...   Sáb Sep 04, 2010 12:05 pm

Ja, tenía el mismo link para postearlo. Good Job...jaaaaaaaaaaaa !!

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MensajeTema: Re: LAS CURIOSIDADES DEL FBI...   Sáb Sep 04, 2010 10:48 pm

la CNI se quedó chica al lado de esta!!! http://michaelforeve

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MensajeTema: Re: LAS CURIOSIDADES DEL FBI...   Dom Sep 05, 2010 10:31 am

Bueno, es que la CNI nace como inspiración del FBI, la CIA, la KGB, etc......y como somos un país tan rasca, alcanzó pa' eso no más.....y así y todo dejaron la cagá, no tuvieron la delicadeza que tienen las organizaciones de otros países, creían que torturando a destajo la estaban haciendo de oro.... [Tienes que estar registrado y conectado para ver esa imagen]

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