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  • Stock Risk Comes With Some Life Insurance Policies

    The rising stock market has also broadened the appeal of certain investments such as variable universal life and indexed universal life insurance policies that are linked to stock performance.

  • California Insurance Agent Sentenced For Financial Fraud That Targeted Seniors

    A Los Angeles area insurance agent accused of defrauding senior citizens will spend five years in jail and was ordered by the court to pay $1.2 million to compensate his victims.

  • Three Convictions in Medicare Fraud Case

    A federal jury recently convicted three people on charges related to Medicare fraud. The fraud took place during the time frame of 2006 - 2011. The defendants in the case operated a durable medical goods company out of the Los Angeles area.

  • Six California Residents Arrested For Financial Elder Abuse Scams

    Six California residents have been arrested for scams that targeted senior citizens. The suspects were arrested in southern California.

  • Scammers Offering Free Initial Services Target Seniors for Financial Elder Abuse

    In California, senior citizens have been a target for con-artists and scammers. A recent scam has affected seniors in the state and officials want the public to be aware of the scam. This scam has been called the "free inspection scam."

  • Are There Any Laws That Regulate Psychics?
      by HG.org

    Every year, millions of Americans use the services of psychics, mediums, palmists, and others who claim supernatural abilities. While most see such activities as entertainment and not to be taken too seriously, there are many who believe it wholeheartedly and, as a result, often find themselves out thousands of dollars before they realize they have been had. This leads many to wonder whether there are any laws that regulate psychics.

  • Securities and Exchange Commission Saved $439 Million For Whistleblower Rewards

    The Securities and Exchange Commission has saved money to spend on it's whistleblower rewards program. It is likely that there will be larger rewards in the future as tips have increased recently.

  • My Loved One's Estate Was Looted By Someone Who Was Supposed To Be Caring For Them – What Can I Do?
      by HG.org

    Recently, I was approached by someone asking me about a situation that occurs all too often. Her grandmother's estate had been bled dry by someone who was supposed to be taking care of her. My friend wanted to know what the legal rights and responsibilities of the parties were in this situation and what could be done about it.

  • Are Online Degrees Really Valid and Legal?
      by HG.org

    Whenever jobs become scarce, one of the first industries to see a boost is higher education. In order to compete, many job seekers return to college (or go for the first time) to get a degree in a particular career field in order to better be able to compete for jobs. Unfortunately, there are a few unscrupulous institutions that take advantage of those in this position, selling replica degrees from actual universities or offering degree programs despite lacking any accreditation.

  • How to Avoid Scams
      by HG.org

    Psychologists and sociologists will tell you that humans have a natural tendency to want to trust one another. Unfortunately, there are many who would exploit that natural tendency for illegal personal gain. Whether the famous “Spanish prisoner” scam or the phony charities that seem to pop up after natural disasters or around the holidays, fraudulent activity is an unfortunate reality of the modern world. So, how can one avoid those scams?