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Volkswagen officials covered up diesel cheating, says N.Y. lawsuit
Matthias MullerJuly 19, 2016 ET
Senior executives from Volkswagen, including current chief executive Matthias Muller, covered up evidence that the German car manufacturer had cheated on U.S. diesel emissions tests for years.
Regulators investigate Fiat Chrysler over allegedly falsified month reports
Fiat ChryslerJuly 19, 2016 ET
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles are being investigated by federal regulating authorities following accusations of inflated sales reports.
Louisiana couple plead guilty to student loan fraud scheme
NVCCJuly 19, 2016 ET
Ernest Xavier Taylor, Jr., and Tracie Laverne Mixon, both of Hammond, Louisiana, have pleaded guilty to charges relating to unlawfully using the identities of four people to fraudulently obtain federal student loans from Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC) and other schools.
Hawaiian Gardens Casino fined $2.8m for anti-money laundering violations
Hawaiian Gardens CasinoJuly 18, 2016 ET
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) reached a settlement with and a $2.8 million assessment against Hawaiian Gardens Casino, Inc. d/b/a The Gardens Casino, of Hawaiian Gardens, Ca.
Leeds businessman receives record jail sentence over £2.2m recycling fraud
Environmental crimeJuly 18, 2016 ET
A Leeds, UK waste operator has been jailed for seven years and six months for defrauding the electrical waste recycling industry out of £2.2million.
AG Koster closes St. Louis car companies that violated consumer laws
AG Chris KosterJuly 16, 2016 ET
Attorney General Chris Koster has reached a settlement with TaDarrell Qualls and his car dealerships, Top Quality Consultations Unlimited and Exclusive Imports.
Connecticut settles with couple allegedly submitting false claims to Medicaid
George JepsenJuly 16, 2016 ET
A New Haven and Fairfield-based psychiatrist and her husband will pay $400,000 to settle a civil False Claims Act lawsuit originally filed by the Connecticut Attorney General in June 2015.
Six in jail in California on mortgage fraud scheme charges
California foreclosuresJuly 16, 2016 ET
California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris announced that six individuals were indicted and arrested on 135 felony charges for operating a mortgage fraud scheme throughout Southern California and the Inland Empire, preying on homeowners facing foreclosure.
Herbalife will restructure and pay $200 million to settle FTC charges
HerbalifeJuly 15, 2016 ET
Herbalife International of America, Herbalife International, and Herbalife have agreed to fully restructure their U.S. business operations and pay $200 million to compensate consumers.
U.S. regulator fines Santander $10 million for overdraft
SantanderJuly 15, 2016 ET
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said that Santander Bank would pay $10 million to settle charges that it engaged in illegal overdraft practices.
AG Schneiderman obtains guilty plea from Mical Home Health Care
AG SchneidermanJuly 15, 2016 ET
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced the guilty plea of Arthur Anyah, owner of Mical Home Health Care Agency in Peekskill, New York.
AG Bondi announces another major tech support scam settlement
AG Pam BondiJuly 15, 2016 ET
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a settlement with PC Cleaner, Netcom3 Global, Netcom3, and Cashier Myricks, the principal of the three corporations.
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