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White collar crimes: Missouri man accused of fraud

Making investments inherently carries a certain degree of risk. While a person could potentially make a great deal of profit, he or she could also lose everything. Unfortunately, federal officials claim that a man in Missouri defrauded people that he convinced to invest in his company. He now faces accusations of white collar crimes.

White collar crimes: Missouri man accused of wire fraud

Many people choose to serve their church. This service can happen in many different forms, from serving as a Sunday school teacher or as a pastor. Others perform necessary services, including acting as the church's treasurer. Unfortunately, when there are not appropriate safeguards in place, a person who is simply trying to help the church could face serious accusations. In fact, a man in Missouri has recently found himself responding to accusations of white collar crimes.

Missouri nursing home administrator charged with embezzlement

Anyone who has ever made a purchase for their place of employment is likely aware of the steps that are required as part of the compensation process. Because of this complexity, it is understandable that some steps might be accidentally skipped. Regardless of how innocent of an oversight may be, some people could fall under suspicion of embezzlement, for example. In fact, the former administrator of a nursing home in Missouri was recently charged after an auditor reportedly could not find proof that she deserved checks she had written to herself.

White collar crimes: Guilty plea in Missouri to fraud charges

People often make mistakes in life. The reasons for these mistakes often vary from lack of knowledge and experience to simple negligence. Regardless of the reason, some people in Missouri find themselves facing accusations of white collar crimes. For example, one man has recently pleaded guilty to charges of tax fraud and voting illegally.

White collar crimes: Missouri man pleads guilty to fraud

Many people in Missouri spend time planning international adventures. Some go so far as to acquire a passport. But as with all plans, people can change their minds and decide on a different destination. While a change of mind is rarely the basis of a white collar crimes investigation, one man has recently pleaded guilty to fraud related to information he provided when he applied for a passport.

Elderly Missouri woman charged with embezzlement

It is easy to make a mistake at a place of employment. While such an incident can often lead to censure or possibly even termination, it rarely results in an arrest and criminal charges.  Unfortunately, an elderly woman in Missouri was recently arrested, charged with embezzlement.

Former University of Missouri employee suspected of embezzlement

An organization that is struggling financially may choose to seek answers to its struggles. Often, this may mean finding someone on which to lay blame. Unfortunately, a former employee of the University of Missouri is suspected of embezzlement after an internal review was conducted. Prior to the alleged criminal activity, several individuals were laid off after offices were restructured to compensate for revenue lost due to declining tuition and state funds.

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