The Corporate Whistleblower Center wants to hear from individuals with very specific, and provable information related to the following areas:
There may be a substantial reward for healthcare workers, hospital/nursing home employees, pharmaceutical reps, or medical device makers, who have specific information about Medicare, or Medicaid over billing, or fraud. The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, “it may be Medicare/Medicaid up-coding, or bundling, it may be out of control medical practice groups, like cardiologists, or radiologists, it may be a drug supplier with a kick back program to doctors, or hospitals. If you can prove it, and it is large scale, you might get rich.” The laws that govern Medicare fraud are called Qui Tam.
Government Over Billing Fraud
The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, “government subcontractors fleece, or over bill the government on every type of project imaginable-from super fund waste clean up sites, to defense contractors, to low income housing projects, to road, or infrastructure projects. If you have provable, fresh information regarding these types of issues, the rewards can be huge, and we will explain the process to you.” The laws the govern federal over billing, or fraud lawsuits are also called Qui Tams,
Corporate waste, fraud, abuse, and corruption is today as a big a problem as it has ever been. The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, “the new Dodd Frank Consumer Protection laws offer a significant reward program for individuals with specific information about publicly traded companies failing to expose large scale liabilities, or lying about profitability. We know there are 1000’s of corporate managers, who have the proof, and they hate the behavior. Call us for a confidential conversation about doing something good for your shareholders, and yourself at the same time.”
The Corporate Whistle Blower Center has begun what will be the largest wage & hour, and gender discrimination investigation, since the organization was formed. The group already has substantial proof, that major national US employers engaged in a massive tax fraud scheme, to avoid paying state or federal taxes, on over one million workers, by using a 1099 sub contractor scheme. The group is also very focused on employees, who were not properly paid overtime in accordance with state, or federal laws, also known as FSLA, or the Fair Labor Standards Act.
At the same time the group wants to hear from women, who are doing the exact same job as their male counterparts, but are being paid less money. Insiders, or witnesses can contact the Corporate Whistleblower Center at 866-714-6466.
Massive tax fraud on the part of major corporations, or individuals costs the US taxpayers $100’s of billions of dollars each year. The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, “the IRS has a very special program for corporate executives, or individuals with specific, and provable information about significant tax fraud. The IRS tax fraud program differs slightly from the Qui Tam reward programs, or the shareholder fraud reward programs covered in the Dodd Frank Consumer Protection Act.”.