Government Social Security Fraud

Corporate and white collar crime is generally viewed as a lesser crime than one of a physical nature, although the consequences could be greater. This can be supported by the lenient sentences handed out to the perpetrators. Corporations or individuals used as scapegoats are generally the perpetrators.

It is naive to believe that any government is immune from corruption. It’s quite often the contrary. History has proven this time and again, and it is more evident in certain governments / cultures, whilst in others it is kept secret.

A document titled ‘Secret Monies’ outlines the methods used by the government to obtain monies fraudulently. For example if the government has an approximate 10 million people on social security benefits, the payments issued are stagnated throughout the working week. This equates to approximately 2 million people per day. If the average weekly payment is $200, then the daily rate is approximately $40. Therefore an approximate amount of $80 million, per day can be issued out.

Normally if Monday is a Public Holiday, then any Social Security forms to be handed in are usually done on the Friday before, eventuating in payments made the following business day, that being Tuesday. In this case, Labour Day Holiday (Monday), forms were not requested to be handed in on Friday, so the next working day being Tuesday is when they must be presented. eventuating in payment made on Wednesday.

The government has kept your money for an extra day, and in the example made above, can hold interest made on $80,000,000 for its own purposes. This is one example the contents of the document mentioned previously. This is more than enough grounds for a class action law suite.

If an individual has committed an offence against the government, they will be convicted, and therefore excluded from certain functions / roles in society.

There are no repercussions for fraud committed by the government against its people, only excuses.

From:

http://corpau.blogspot.com.au/2008/03/government-social-security-fraud.html

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