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Category Archives: Business Consumer Fraud


Florida Air Conditioning Repair Company Charged With Consumer Fraud, Allegedly Targeted Senior Citizens

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Sadly, consumer fraud remains a serious problem in Florida. Our state consistently has more consumer fraud complaints per capita than the national average. In the latest in a long line of fraud claims filed in Florida, a company from Valrico was sued by state officials for allegedly defrauding its customers. According to reporting from… Read More »

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What to Do If You Think an Employee is Stealing from Your Business

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

By the very nature of the relationship, employers must put a considerable amount of trust in the hands of their employees. Unfortunately, in far too many cases, this trust is abused. According to reporting from CNBC, employee theft causes American businesses to lose nearly $50 billion each year. For small business owners, employee theft… Read More »

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Investors who Lost Money in a South Florida Fraud Scheme are Set to Recover Millions

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

According to reporting from the Sun-Sentinel, thousands of investors who lost a substantial amount of money in a securities fraud scheme are set to recover nearly $100 million in bankruptcy proceedings. A company that went bankrupt after facing a serious fraud investigation from state and federal regulators has had its liquidation plan approved by… Read More »

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Business Fraud Watch: Florida Regulators are Cracking Down on ‘Moving Company Scams’

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

CBS News reports the state of Florida is cracking down on all-too-common “moving company scams”. In the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, the Florida Office of the Attorney General filed a lawsuit against 14 different moving companies. A number of different specific allegations were raised against these firms —… Read More »

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