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NJ firefighter gets prison after collecting disability while practicing jiu jitsu

Shane B. Streater, 41, also was ordered to repay $82,488 to the state pension system and has been barred from public employment in the state following his conviction by a Camden County jury.

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Feds send NJ vacation-home loan firm owners, workers to prison for fraud

A woman convicted of participating in a $3 million scheme that defrauded hundreds of timeshare owners was sentenced Friday to six years in prison.

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New Brunswick Fire Dept. (Google Maps)
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New Brunswick firefighter charged with scamming disability insurance — and he’s not the first

This is the second time in as many years that a city firefighter has been charged in an insurance scam.

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NJ residents gave $6M to bogus cancer charities: Here’s how to protect yourself

Accused of defrauding donors who believed all their money would assist cancer patients, two national charities have agreed to a $75.8 million settlement.

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How much welfare fraud goes on in NJ?

Scores of truly-in-need New Jersey residents receive welfare benefits on a regular basis, but there are many folks receiving too much assistance — or help they didn't deserve in the first place.

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Do you have a ‘dangerous’ signature?

If your signature consists of a squiggly line or just a couple legible letters, you could be making yourself an easy target for fraud.

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Unemployment fraud – leader of false claims scheme sentenced

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A northern New Jersey man who led a scheme to steal more than $180,000 by filing false unemployment claims is now headed to prison.

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Ex-New Jersey teacher gets prison for disability scam

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A former New Jersey teacher who stole nearly $249,000 in disability pension payments is going to prison because he was teaching in Virginia.

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The NJ Division of Consumer Affairs has launched a "Fighting Fraud" campaign. (Stuart Miles, ThinkStock)
The NJ Division of Consumer Affairs has launched a "Fighting Fraud" campaign. (Stuart Miles, ThinkStock)
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Consumer fraud – New Jersey officials launch ‘Fighting Fraud’ campaign

The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has launched a "Fighting Fraud" awareness program that will feature a series of seminars and presentations in every county in the Garden State.

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NJ teacher admits he collected disability but taught elsewhere

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- A former New Jersey schoolteacher has admitted stealing nearly $249,000 by fraudulently collecting a disability pension while he was teaching in other states.

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