Man Indicted for Role in Fraud that Deceived Seniors
A federal grand jury indicted a New Jersey man for using the purported nonprofit The Good Samaritans of America to defraud the Medicare program of more than $1 million by convincing hundreds of senior citizens to submit to unnecessary genetic testing. According to documents filed and statements made in court, he also used fear-based tactics and recruited health care providers. To read a Department of Justice press release, click here.
The New Jersey SMP wrote about the scheme in the February 2017 Sentinel. To read The Not-so-good Good Samaritans, click here.
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