Whistleblower News: SEC Awards More Than $20 Million To Whistleblower, US Sues Michigan-Based NH Learning Solutions Corporation For Submitting False Claims, Fraud Cons And Ponzi Schemes Did Sam Bankman-Fried Use Madoff Tactics?

SEC Awards More Than $20 Million to Whistleblower


The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced an award of more than $20 million to a whistleblower who provided information and assistance that significantly contributed to a successful enforcement action. The whistleblower provided new information, met with Enforcement Division staff multiple times, and remained cooperative throughout the investigation. read more »

United States Sues Michigan-Based NH Learning Solutions Corporation for Submitting False Claims for Inflated Post 9/11 GI-Bill Tuition Benefits


The Justice Department announced today that the United States has filed a complaint under the False Claims Act (FCA) against NH Learning Solutions Corp (NHLS). The complaint, filed in the Eastern District of Michigan, alleges that NHLS violated the FCA by knowingly submitting false claims to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for inflated tuition benefits under the Post-9/11 GI-Bill. Michigan-based NHLS provides technology education courses at approximately 15 locations in the Midwest and Northeast. read more »

Fraud, cons and Ponzi schemes: did Sam Bankman-Fried use Madoff tactics?


At first glance, Sam Bankman-Fried bears little resemblance to Bernie Madoff. One is a smartly-suited, grey-haired financial titan with a 40-year career on Wall Street, and the other a 30-year-old millennial king of crypto in shorts and T-shirt. read more »