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NJ Man Admits Alleged $200-Million Real Estate Scheme

A New Jersey man who authorities say ran a $200 million real estate fraud scheme over several years has pleaded guilty.

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Kevork Djansezian, Getty Images
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How Can You Tell If A Gift Is Counterfeit? [AUDIO]

As you're heading out to finish up you're holiday shopping, federal agents are urging you to be aware of counterfeit items.

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Return Fraud Cost $3 Billion During Holidays [AUDIO]

From returning stolen merchandise to the use of counterfeit receipts to bringing back items already worn or used that are not defective, return fraud is expected to cost retailers $8.9 billion this year and $2.9 billion during the holiday season alone.

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Francis X. Gartland (NJ Office of Attorney General)
Francis X. Gartland (NJ Office of Attorney General)
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Broker Sentenced For Swindling Perth Amboy

State prosecutors say an insurance broker from Baltimore will have to serve at least 7.5 years in prison for swindling more than $2.5 million from Perth Amboy.

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Flickr User TheDarkThing
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Governor Christie Gets Bill To Stop Handicapped Park [AUDIO]

We've all seen it happen especially around the holiday shopping season; somebody pulls into a "handicapped" parking spot right in front of the mall and then sprints like Usain Bolt to the entrance.

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Manalapan Man Accused of Bilking Brokerage Firm

A former chief financial officer for New York City-based Needham & Co. is accused of bilking the brokerage firm of $1 million.

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NJ Has New Tool To Nab Unemployment Insurance Fraudsters [AUDIO]

If you're filing an unemployment insurance claim online in New Jersey, you had better be who you say you are. That's the warning from Department of Labor and Workforce Development commissioner Hal Wirths.

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Phillip Spears, Getty Images
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Over 73,000 Homeowners Conned By Fraud Schemes, Feds Say

Federal investigators have charged 530 people for allegedly defrauding more than 73,000 desperate homeowners around the country who fell behind on mortgage payments, leaving them vulnerable to con artists offering to help them avoid foreclosure.

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NJ State Government Actually Leads The Nation In Something Good [AUDIO]

If you have a job in the Garden State, you are paying into New Jersey's Unemployment Insurance (UI) Trust Fund. That fund is used to pay benefits to the unemployed who are eligible.

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Roben Brookhim (Photo: NJ Office of Attorney General)
Roben Brookhim (Photo: NJ Office of Attorney General)
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Unlicensed Dentist Nabbed for Using Fake Identity [AUDIO]

An unlicensed dentist is accused of treating patients by falsely using the name and license number of a New Jersey dentist who died.

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